If you're looking for a way to eat healthier, and do your body some good, you might want to look at the Nordic diet .
While it might not be as well known as it's Mediterranean counterpart, the benefits still stack up.
Like the Mediterranean diet, it's linked to a lower risk of heart disease and type two diabetes.
It's based on sustainable produce, fish, and whole grains,
Instead of focusing on olive oil, the Nordic diet promotes the use of canola oil.
The diet also limits meat consumption, except for fish.
It also calls for filling up on Nordic staples like cabbage and root vegetables.
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