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6 Best Foods to Eat on The Mediterranean Diet


​​Pistachios are a plant-based source of protein, healthy fats, and fiber—three nutrients that help us feel satisfied. They are also an impressive source of antioxidants, or compounds that help combat oxidative stress. 


Walnuts can enhance the flavor and texture of just about any recipe while leaving you full and satisfied. They are a powerhouse of important nutrients for optimum health, including protein (4 grams), fiber (2 grams), a good source of magnesium (45 milligrams). Plus, they are an excellent source of the essential omega-3 ALA (2.5 grams).

Fish Taco Bowls with Green Cabbage Slaw

Seafood, particularly oily coldwater fish (like salmon), is a natural source of unique fatty acids referred to as long-chain omega-3 fatty acids. The specific fatty acids found in these choices are DHA and EPA. Marine omega-3 fatty acids are the most important bioactive molecules in fish and seafood consumed in the Mediterranean Diet.


Although the Mediterranean diet plan recommends only two servings of milk and dairy, some data suggests some benefits to eating even more on this diet


Leafy greens are a dynamite addition to your Mediterranean Diet plate. And since watercress has been deemed the most nutrient-dense food on the planet by the CDC, it is a noteworthy vegetable to make this list.


Pulses are the edible seeds of plants in the legume family and include options like chickpeas, dry peas, and lentils.

Sheet-Pan Shrimp Fajitas

These come together faster than ever, using quick-cooking shrimp and veggies all on one sheet pan so you can focus on family rather than cleanup.