benefits of the diet from the Mediterranean for fertility, bone health, mental wellness, and lower chances of cancer.
The Mediterranean diet not only improves your health but also your family's weekly spending plan.
The findings supported the Mediterranean diet's and AGHE's compliance with nutritional recommendations regarding vitamins, macro nutrients, and macronutrient distributions.
A family of three can save $10,972 a year with a Mediterranean diet.
The typical Australian European diet, however, was deficient in a number of essential nutrients, such as vitamin B6, calcium, and fibre, while also contained double the daily recommended amount of salt.
Ella Bracci, a Ph.D. candidate and researcher at UniSA, said in a statement that the study "shows how consuming a Mediterranean diet can be an affordable option."