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More than a diet plan, this health-promoting food pattern allows room for preferences.
June 2019 — Although it has been the subject of numerous health, weight loss, and cooking books, the so-called Mediterranean diet is not actually a diet planits the traditional way of eating in countries that surround the Mediterranean Sea.
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