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The Mediterranean Diet made headlines recently; a study by the New England Journal of Medicine claims that this way of eating may help reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke. The Mediterranean diet encourages replacing high-fat meats with fish and plant proteins like nuts and legumes. Whole grains, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, using herbs and spices in lieu of salt to flavor recipes, the elimination of processed foods, plus plenty of exercise are also called for.
Incorporate the fresh flavors of the Mediterranean into your own diet with these recipes:
Ready to get your zucchini on? Here are seven inventive ways to cook it up now. Grilled Zucchini Rolls with Herbs and Cheese Attention, goat cheese fans! Here, the creamy spread, plus parsley and lemon juice, is topped with spinach and basil leaves before being rolled up in slices of grilled zucchini. Zucchini Parmesan CrispsRead more