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From hearty pasta dishes to filling soups and stews, these dinners are packed with ingredients like whole grains, veggies, legumes and seafood that are cornerstones of the Mediterranean diet, one of the easiest and healthiest eating patterns around.
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From veggies and whole grains to legumes and seafood, the ingredients in these dinners fit well with the Mediterranean diet. And with complex carbs and lower counts of sodium and saturated fats, these recipes are also diabetes-friendly.