I have always been a nutrition agnostic: Eat real food, less of it, and go out and play every day. I wasn’t sure the details mattered that much. Keep it simple.
This view may need updating.
You have probably seen the news: A recent trial, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, strongly supports the benefits of eating a Mediterranean diet. It was an important contribution to the science of heart disease prevention.
I read the study and its many reviews in mainstream media and came up with a review. Since the study’s findings were so relevant to general health and wellness, I went ahead and published it over on the Courier-Journal site, In the Prime.
I hope you want to read my take: Five reasons to like the Mediterranean diet.