BOSTON — Oldways, a non-profit educational organization based here, revealed its new Mediterranean Diet Pyramid (shown), which incorporates Mediterranean diet changes made in November during an international meeting of leading nutritionists. They include the combination of plant foods including all fruits, vegetables, grains (mostly whole), beans, seeds, nuts, olive oil, herbs and spices (a new addition to the pyramid) into a single group. The diet now recommends eating food or foods from ...

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