Despite recent controversial headlines, you shouldn’t ditch the Mediterranean diet. It’s still the diet backed by the best scientific evidence out there. Cleveland Clinic heart experts explain.
The results of a large, seven-year study focused on dietary habits sheds a positive light on saturated fats, but is that really right for you? Get a cardiologist’s take on this surprising study.
Traditional guacamole gets a Mediterranean makeover in this mouth-watering dip. Adding flavorful feta cheese, rice vinegar, oregano and parsley satisfies the cravings of both avocado lovers and feta addicts!
Enjoy this easy-to-make hummus at your next party or family gathering. Grill or roast the onions for extra flavor to make a tasty dip for cut veggies, whole wheat pita or atop a fresh salad.
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These crispy sweet potato wedges come out Cajun spicy and sweet. They’re also loaded with antioxidants and plant-based nutrients and are a great source of beta-carotene. Another plus? As complex carbs, they digest slowly and raise blood sugars gradually — keeping you from a spike and drop-off.
Try this delightful twist on traditional tabbouleh. Blend nutritious, high fiber bulgur with charred broccoli, chickpeas and tahini. You’ll get bone-building vitamin K, and vegetarian-friendly protein. And you’ll also get great taste.
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