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May 01, 2021

Does a "greener" version of the Mediterranean diet offer even more benefits?


The Mediterranean diet continues to win high marks as a healthy, disease-fighting diet. Studies show that people who regularly adhere to the diet lower their risks for cardiovascular disease, many types of cancer, and cognitive decline with age.

But is it possible that this healthy diet can be made even healthier?

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