Mediterranean diet is really a lifestyle, experts say

Dietitians who help clients adopt a healthy Mediterranean diet need to understand how the Mediterranean lifestyle balances eating, activity and family, says registered dietitian Connie Diekman of Washington University. Hallmarks of the heart-healthy diet include minimally processed foods; eating grains, vegetables and fruit at almost every meal; having sweets and meats in small portions; regular exercise; and shared meals.

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