DIABETES type 2: To help manage the condition effectively and potentially even reverse it, following a Mediterranean diet has been recommended by health professionals. What is it and how could it help?
The Mediterranean diet is largely plant-based and combines relatively large amounts of vegetables, fruit, olive oil, fish, garlic, wholegrains, beans, nuts, seeds, bread and potatoes with a relatively low intake of red meat and a moderate consumption of red wine. It does not include large portions of pizza or pasta and is limited in meat.
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