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Hi, I recently yesterday saw a cardiologist and he said with the food rigmen that the doctor khan here recommended me to eat was high in cholesterol and other things that is bad for my heart so I want to avoid that or stop the meal plan. My physciatrist recommended I go on the medditerainian diet as he said it was the best/best in the world for my brain/brain health so I want to switch to that. Like I said before I prefer to have a food plan for my body type witch is between a ectomorph/mesomorph or mesomorph that will never give me any physical diseases, cavities or periodontist, diabetes, cancer, make me fat within a 191 dollars a month food budget. It is a "diet" however I am not trying to loose weight here, I am trying to gain weight as I am a bit underweight at around 166pounds or a few more pounds and I want to be at a healthy weight or normal weight for my body type. If there is a Mediterranean food regimen/plan based on my preferences then what is that?


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replied May 23rd, 2018
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Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum! I read your question and I understand your concern.
There are simple basic rules regarding Mediterranean diet.(1)eat vegetables,fruits,salad,potatoes,legumes,
unprocessed oil,seafood and fish. (2)eat in moderate amount poultry products like cheese,yougurt and eggs.(3)eat rarely red meat(4)Avoid sugar sweeteners and processed foods.You can make diet plan according to these basic rules.
I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Khan


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