Follow the Mediterranean Diet for Better Health

1. Cook with Olive Oil

Consider transitioning to extra-virgin olive oil if you have been cooking with vegetable oil or coconut oil.

Cook with Olive Oil

Drizzle it over completed dishes such as fish and chicken to enhance their flavor.

2. Eat More Fish

Fish is the primary source of protein in the Mediterranean diet.

Eat More Fish

This diet emphasizes fatty fish such as salmon, sardines, and mackerel in particular.

3. Eat Veggies 

If you're concerned that your diet is lacking in greens, this is the ideal opportunity to incorporate more vegetables.

Eat Veggies

This can be accomplished by eating one serving as a snack, such as a bell pepper strips or a handful of spinach in a smoothie

4. Whole Grains

Experiment with cereals that have not been refined and are still in their "whole" form.

5. Snack on Nuts

Nuts are another hallmark of the Mediterranean diet.

Snack on Nuts

Grabbing a fistful of almonds, cashews, or pistachios for a satisfying on-the-go snack is possible.

6. Enjoy Fruit for Dessert

Fruits are rich in fiber, vitamin C, and antioxidants, making them a nutritional dynamo.

7. Sip Wine

The Spaniards, Italians, French, Greeks, and others who reside along the Mediterranean Sea are not known to be wine snobs.

8. Savor Every Bite

Instead of devouring your meal in front of the television, calm down and savor it at the table with your family and friends.

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