What Exactly do Doctors Mean by a “Healthy Diet”?

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Many of us consider the Mediterranean diet to be the closest thing known to an ideal meal plan, rich in vegetables, fruits, legumes, cereals, fish, olive oil and, yes, a bit of red wine with meals. Compared to traditional American menu — high in red meat and in butter and other dairy products — ...
... the Mediterranean diet is lower in saturated fat, more varied and often more satisfying.
Decades worth of research also suggests that this way of eating is healthier. Many studies have documented reduced rates of heart disease and cancer among those adhering to a Mediterranean diet, ...

Read: What exactly do doctors mean by a “healthy diet”?; By Peter Libby, M.D.; on The New York Times




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