No-Sugar Mediterranean Diet Meal Plan

Ditch added sugars while reaping the benefits of the Mediterranean diet in this nourishing and satisfying 7-day plan.

Though we love desserts and believe sugar has a place in our diets, many of us eat more added sugars than we realise.

The average American adult consumes 17 teaspoons of added sugars per day, far more than the American Heart Association's limit of 6 to 9 teaspoons.

The Mediterranean diet is consistently voted the best overall. It's delicious, healthy, and easy to follow because it has few food "rules" 

Mediterranean diet benefits

This healthy eating pattern emphasises fruit and vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and legumes.

The Mediterranean diet limits processed foods, refined grains, and added sugars. People who follow a Mediterranean diet tend to improve their heart health, brain health, and weight management.

Fish, nuts, seeds, olives, olive oil, avocado, and natural nut butters without sugar
Dark greens, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, cucumber, etc.

Mediterranean Diet Foods to Eat

Berries, pears, apples, peaches, and other high-fiber fruits
Oats, quinoa, farro, bulgur, whole wheat, brown rice, etc.

Yogurt, kefir, and cheese (unsweetened)

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