A New Year Resolution
If you’re gearing up to eat healthier this year, consider including whole grains, seafood, and healthy fats in your diet.
U.S. News & World Report rolled out its list of the best diets of 2019, and the Mediterranean diet took the top spot. It also won best diet for healthy eating, easiest diet to follow, best diet for diabetes, best heart-healthy diet, and best plant-based diet, so it’s really an all-around winner.
Every year, U.S. News & World Report enlists nutritionists, dietary consultants, and physicians to analyze popular diets and create seven rankings based on weight-loss potential, ease, etc. This year a panel of 23 experts scored 41 diets based on summaries of each diet from U.S. News and recent research.
It’s no shocker that the Mediterranean diet came out gleaming. In recent years, it’s been linked to heart protection, better brain power, a longer life, and numerous other health benefits. Olive oil is an essential component of the Mediterranean Diet. Studies suggest that eating
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