Mediterranean Diet Wins Gold in 2020

Good news for your Healthy New Year’s resolution.  The Mediterranean Diet (MDiet) captured 1st place for Best Diet Overall in U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 Diet Rankings! The MDiet was also ranked:

  • Best diet for Healthy Eating
  • Best diet for Diabetes
  • Best Plant-Based diet

The Report evaluated/ranked 35 diets with input from 25 scientists with expertise in nutrition, diabetes, heart health, human behavior, and weight loss. To be top-rated, a diet had to be safe, relatively easy to follow, nutritious, effective for weight loss and stellar at preventing diabetes & heart disease.

Why does the MDiet work?   Because it’s also about lifestyle, including:

  • Being active 
  • Weight control
  • Reducing red meat, sugar, saturated fat
  • Increasing produce, nuts, whole grains, olive oil; red wine in moderation

Take two (2) Olivino every day.  Consistency is key!  We take ours with low-fat Kefir to promote absorption of the Olive, Grape and Tomato antioxidants and polyphenols in Olivino.  The probiotics in Kefir may also help support a healthy gut, where 70-80% of the cells live that make up your immune system.

Make Olivino a daily part of your healthy lifestyle!

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Dr. Clare Hasler-Lewis

Dr. Hasler-Lewis holds a Master's Degree in Nutrition Science and a dual Ph.D. in Environmental Toxicology and Human Nutrition. Following graduate school, she did post-doctoral research at the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD. During her 24 years at both the University of Illinois and the University of California, Davis, she lectured around the world on diet and health issues, and co-authored dozens of research papers on this topic. Diet and health are her passions.

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