Mediterranean-style diet includes Middle Eastern staple tabbouleh

Mediterranean-style diet includes Middle Eastern staple tabbouleh

Are you looking for the diet for a longer life, a higher quality of life and the least chronic disease?

Consider the Mediterranean diet.

There have been countless studies of people living in countries along the Mediterranean Sea, and the results show that their plant-based diet seemed to be the best for good health. People who eat a Mediterranean-style diet have longer lives, report a higher quality of life and are less likely to suffer from chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease.

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The specific foods eaten vary in Italy, Egypt, Lebanon and the other countries on the coast, but the primary good groups are fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, legumes, olive oil and spices. Seafood and fish are eaten about twice a week. Red meat and sweets are occasional treats. Poultry, eggs and dairy are used in moderation.

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