According to the British Medical Journal, a recently released report that Mediterranean meals, typically composed of fresh vegetables, olive oil, fish and red wine, can help prevent the variation of DNA codes which happens with age.

The term ‘Mediterranean diet’ encompasses all aspects from the Mediterranean scenery to the dining table. This includes processes of production such as farming, fishery and collection of the ingredients, and sharing and consuming of cooked food.

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In Boston, researchers conducted an experiment with approximately 5,000 thousand nurses with Mediterranean diet for 10 years. The results were that the body cells of those who consumed Mediterranean diet had ages less.

Also, food that are full of vitamins are known to act as a buffer which prevents the damaging of body tissue and body cells.

Why not a DNA friendly Mediterranean dinner happily with your loving family tonight?