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New Evidence Suggests That A "Mediterranean" Diet May Also Shield Against Aging


According to Business Insider, a diet with key benefits for your body and brain could also shield against aging. A diet rich in vegetables, protein, and healthy fats is increasingly being recognized as the healthiest for your brain and body. Commonly called the “Mediterranean", the diet appears to have key health benefits that extend from weight loss to a decrease in depressive symptoms.

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