Mediterranean Diet Roundtables are trade events meant to influence nearly all elements of the food industry. Yet, it appears the world doesn’t need any further convincing these days: the diet’s popularity is irrefutable.
“No matter how consumers define health, the Mediterranean diet fits their description,” said Daniella Puglielli, founder of the Mediterranean Diet Roundtable, in an email to The Food Institute.
A new study provided evidence that a high-fat Mediterranean diet can boost heart health. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that people who ate low carbs with plenty of unsaturated fat had improved insulin resistance as well