Food for Thought: Mediterranean diet

Dieticians say the Mediterranean diet lowers the risk

Dieticians say the Mediterranean diet lowers the risk of heart disease. (March 23, 2014 7:58 PM)

A diet that's been part of European culture for thousands of years is now becoming a trend in America.

Dietician Rosanna Robbins says the Mediterranean diet consists of fruits, vegetables, beans and healthy fats like olive oil and lean meats.

Robbins says the diet is proven to lower the risk of heart disease as well as prevent certain cancers.

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