The Mediterranean Diet: A Nutrient-Packed Lifestyle

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Abundance of Fruits and Vegetables: – Rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants, fruits and vegetables play a central role in the Mediterranean Diet

Whole Grains: – Whole grains like barley, bulgur, farro, and quinoa provide complex carbohydrates, fiber, and various nutrients.

Healthy Fats: – Olive oil is a primary source of monounsaturated fats in the Mediterranean Diet, 

Lean Proteins: – Fish and seafood, particularly fatty fish like salmon and mackerel, are staples. Poultry, eggs, and occasional lean red meat are also included.

Dairy: – Moderate amounts of dairy, mainly in the form of yogurt and cheese, are consumed.

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