d If you’ve been paying attention to the news over the past couple of years, you may have noticed a common report: The Mediterranean diet is a health rock star. It seems that every week researchers release news about another of the diet’s benefits, and as a result, Americans are adopting the overseas
eating plan en masse.
But unlike other diet crazes that appear as blips in America’s
nutritional history, this one has staying power. That’s because the
Mediterranean diet is less of a diet than a lifestyle—one that’s been
shown to be beneficial time and again.
Eat Like a Greek
An easy-to-follow Mediterranean eating pattern can protect your health
| By Tracey Neithercott
Food Eating Well