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The answer is yes, but it will be impossible without transforming eating habits, improving food production and reducing food waste.

The MedEatResearch, the first italian University Research Center on Mediterranean Diet based in Naples, recently released an online virtual museum dedicated to the Mediterranean Diet.

According to a new research, Mediterranean Diet alters the gut microbiome of elderly people improving their health status and longevity.

Mediterranean Diet is widely considered as a healthy eating pattern, as it helps boost the immune system and prevent us from infections.

The Tavira Centre for Agricultural Experimentation (CEA) in the Region of Algarve houses the largest collection of Mediterranean fruit trees in Portugal, with over 1,000 varieties of traditional fruit...

A new research highlights the Mediterranean Diet’s positive effects on mood

According to recent trends, the Mediterranean Diet is becoming increasingly popular among North American consumers.