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The Most Recommended Foods For The Mediterranean Diet

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By Robert J. Matthews

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Avocados

Avocados aren't usually a part of the Mediterranean diet, but they go well with the healthy and tasty guidelines of the diet.

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These foods aren't actually from the Mediterranean, but their mild taste and creamy texture make them go well with traditional Mediterranean foods.

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Buckwheat

Buckwheat is not related to wheat, despite its misleading name. It is a gluten-free pseudo-grain, but it is still thought of as a whole grain.

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A lot of the time, they are given instead of rice or made into porridge.

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Berries

On the Mediterranean Diet, there are no "bad" foods to pick from; all foods are welcome and encouraged. 

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But if we had to pick our favorites, they would be the berries.

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Garlic

Herbs and spices are an important part of the Mediterranean diet because they give food rich tastes and smells without adding too much salt or sodium. 

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They are good for you in many ways, like helping digestion and reducing inflammation.

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