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Mediterranean diet better for weight loss, brain health and can help you live longer

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Those looking to live a longer and healthier life often turn to diet to improve themselves. Among the many healthy diet options available, a consistently popular choice is the Mediterranean diet which can offer a number of health benefits.

As well as a generally balanced lifestyle, the veg heavy diet may help people with weight loss, a longer life with and fewer health conditions.

According to the Mirror, the diet is linked to a reduced risk of age-related diseases. Here is everything that you need to know about the diet and its benefits.The Mediterranean diet is a way of eating that's rich in vegetables, fruits, nuts, beans and peas, unrefined grains, olive oil and fish.It keeps dairy, meat and saturated fats to a minimum.

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