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mediterranean diet

It makes “good” cholesterol perform its job more efficiently.
Eating less sugar and more vegetables and fish might reduce inattention and impulsivity, new research suggests.
The best diets are easy to follow, nutritious, safe and effective for weight loss and preventing diabetes and heart disease.
There's a strong link between diet quality and mental health.
There's one diet in particular that may help.
What it is: This low-calorie yet nutrition-dense diet is big on fruits and vegetables but sparse when it comes to meat, refined
It's not what you'd think.