Balancing your protein sources between meat, fish, eggs, and legumes (such as beans, lentils, and chickpeas) is important.
Vary your protein sources
Olive oil is a key part of the Mediterranean diet, and it's frequently combined with vegetables for delicious flavor and health benefits.
Use olive oil
Vegetables are a cornerstone of the Mediterranean diet, providing fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
Eat lots of vegetables
By doing so, you're likely to increase your consumption of unprocessed, fresh, whole foods.
Cook from scratch
It doesn't matter what type of nuts, but choose ones that are plain or roasted without any coatings or salt.
Snack on plain nuts
If you can, try to share your meals with other people, whether family, friends, or colleagues.
Build relationships over meals