True to its Mediterranean roots, the diet encourages a daily glass or two of red wine. Although we like its emphasis on whole foods, skipping all grains, dairy, legumes, potatoes and salt makes for a pretty restricted and unbalanced diet. Plus, paleolithic man ate lean wild game and greens not bacon and beef from Safeway, ran around all day, and still only lived a few decades. News and World Report rankings, Oldways is not a neutral bystander in this process. As creators of the Mediterranean Diet Pyramid in with the Harvard School of Public Health, we were asked by the magazine to submit information and sample meal-plans for the Med Diet, which the experts used in determining their scores. That said, other than delivering the facts, we had no say in the rankings and were delighted to learn the Mediterranean Diet had done so well.
The Mediterranean diet promotes a healthy way of losing weight without deprivation and feeling hungry. The annual US News and World Report diet scores are in — and the Mediterranean Diet came out very near the top of the 32 diets ranked by 22 leading nutrition experts. Hi, Thank you for your feedback. As we all know the Paleo diet principles are very similar to the Mediterranean diet principles, namely. Some red meat once or twice a week is ok, If I can eat fish every day.
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