The answer is the Mediterranean Diet, which is popular with the people of Southern Europe. It consists of large quantities of fruits and vegetables but also includes fatty fish, nuts, seeds, beans and olive oil. The diet usually involves low amounts of sugar, refined carbohydrates, red meat and processed food; however, people who follow...
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