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You can continue a busy life and fully adopt a Mediterranean diet.

Everything about the Mediterranean lifestyle is about slowing down: taking time to choose your foods, cook them, and have a hearty meal with your family; spending time with your loved ones; and giving yourself plenty of time for rest and play.

You only get 24 hours in a day, so to provide all this time for food, activity, community, and rest, you may have to sacrifice a busy work life. If that is impossible, don’t fret! Make a goal to adopt a few Mediterranean lifestyle choices. Even a few small changes can still make a big impact on your overall health and well-being.

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