With its focus on olive oil, grains, nuts, vegetables and fish, the Mediterranean diet can be good for both the body β€” and wallet. So even though the dietary eating pattern has been around for centuries, these health-focused yet recessionary times could bring it more success. β€œIt's a good diet in a bad economy,” said Ron Tanner, vice president for communications and education at the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade, New York. It's affordable because it consists mostly of ...

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