Harvard Health Letter

Ask the doctor: The Mediterranean diet difference

Scientists continue to prove that the Mediterranean diet is good for your heart and brain. The diet is rich in olive oil, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and fish, and low in red meats and processed meats, with a moderate amount of cheese and wine.
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