How to adapt the Mediterranean diet for different cuisines – The Washington Post

The diet gets its name from dining customs in the Mediterranean: It’s filled with grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, olive oil, herbs and spices, and smaller amounts of animal foods such as fish, poultry and yogurt. The diet limits red meats and sweets, and also emphasizes physical activity and social connection.

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