Many people are ready to "reset" after a Christmas season of celebrations, and that may include taking stock of their eating habits from the previous 12 months.
Indeed, among more than 1,000 adults surveyed by Forbes Health/OnePoll, "improved diet" was listed by 33% of respondents as their top resolve for the year 2023.
However, eating healthily does not necessitate calorie counting or limiting your favorite meals.
A great approach to try new foods and eating styles in the new year is with this diet, which emphasizes eating healthy grains, lots of fresh produce, fish, and generous amounts of olive oil.
The Mediterranean diet is great for pregnant women and adults of all ages.
Certain types of fish may contain high levels of mercury, so pregnant and nursing women should limit their fish consumption.
Eating a little apple and an ounce of almonds as a snack in between meals.
The Mediterranean diet does not forbid pudding or other sugary desserts after a meal.