Mediterranean Diet News
Over the last decade, intermittent fasting (IF) has emerged as one of the biggest diet trends globally. Experts have promoted its benefits and celebrities from Hugh Jackman to Malaika Arora have endorsed it.
Almost one out of every three Indian adults has hypertension, as per the findings of a 2019 study published in the Indian Heart Journal.
What most people fail to realise when getting excited about a new diet is the sustainability factor, but it’s clearly the most important one.
The diet is in response to current trends, where a huge imbalance exists in red meat & sugar consumption.
The main foods in the Mediterranean diet include plant foods, such as leafy greens, fresh fruit and vegetables, cereals, beans, seeds, nuts, and legumes.
A Mediterranean diet may lower the risk of heart attack and stroke in people, according to a study of over 15,000 people in 39 countries including India.