Mediterranean retains its status as best overall diet

The Mediterranean diet was ranked the best overall diet for the fourth year in a row by U.S. News & World Report, the company announced.The Mediterranean diet features high intakes of cereals, extra-virgin olive oil, fruits, leafy green vegetables, nuts and pulses/legumes; moderate intakes of dairy products, red wine, fish and other meats; and low intakes of eggs and sweets, according to Nutrients. The eating plan also took the top spot for best plant-based diet and easiest-to-follow diet, and shared its No. 1 ranking in the best diets for healthy eating, diabetes and heart-healthyRead More

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