Two words: Greek guacamole.
It’s not exactly feasible to book an impromptu flight to Mediterranean countries like Greece, Spain, and Israel on the regular. But you can certainly channel their eating habits for breakfast. The Mediterranean diet has been around for some time, and this year it was dubbed the most effective “diet”-or more accurately, eating lifestyle-by U.S. News for its ability to promote heart health and reduce the risk of cancer, Alzheimer’s , Parkinson’s disease, and so much more.
On the diet, you’ll primarily eat lean meats, fish, fresh produce, whole grains, nuts, legumes, herbs, and moderate amounts of red wine. What’s not to love? Try one of the healthy Mediterranean breakfast recipes here-no transatlantic flight required.
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