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Special Reports April 2018 Issue

New Evidence: Mediterranean Diet Supports Healthy Aging

Popular eating pattern may help reduce frailty in older adults.

Like other healthy eating patterns, the Mediterranean diet is rich in sources of unsaturated fats, such as olive oil and nuts, and emphasizes whole grains, legumes, fish, fresh fruits and vegetables, and limits red and processed meat, refined grains and added sugar. Nutrition science has produced convincing evidence that this eating pattern is good for you.

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