Foods From The Mediterranean 

Extra Virgin Olive Oil, commonly known as EVOO, plays a crucial role in the Mediterranean diet.  

Virgin Olive Oil 

Fruits and vegetables stand as nutritional powerhouses, forming the foundation of the Mediterranean diet.  

Fruits and Vegetables 

In Mediterranean meals, a significant portion of the plate is dedicated to these essential food groups. 

Fruits and Vegetables 

Fish takes a prominent place as a top animal protein source in the Mediterranean diet, recommended for consumption at least twice a week.  

Fish 

The diet may enhance insulin sensitivity and diminish the risk of type 2 diabetes, thanks to its emphasis on whole foods, fiber.

Enhanced Insulin Sensitivity 

Components of the Mediterranean diet, such as omega-3 fatty acids from fish, antioxidants from fruits and vegetables, and healthy fats,.

Nuts 

Pulses, encompassing beans, lentils, and chickpeas, are packed with nutrients that promote heart health, gut health, and longevity.  

Pulses 

Pasta holds a special place in Mediterranean cuisine, albeit consumed less frequently than other staples.  

Pasta 

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