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"I feel back to myself. I feel 100%, so I'm happy."
Elaine's massive food cravings, cramping, and acne made it seem like her PMS lasted all month long. Now she feels great and without the salt, so is her blood pressure.
The Mediterranean Diet—Health Rules To Live By
January 24, 2012
It’s reassuring to know that the simple, native way Greek peasants ate as recently as 50 years ago is one of the healthiest and best-proven diets ever studied.