Rich in…fruit, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, and seeds
Moderate to low amounts of fish, poultry, low-fat dairy, and olive oil
Low amounts of red meat and processed meat
Limit alcohol intake
Tip: Make plant foods and fish the centerpiece of your meals. When you do eat meat or poultry, stick to 3-to4-ounce portions and choose lean cuts, including a variety of fruits and vegetables with a host of colors. That ensures that you’ll get the complete array of nutrients that have been linked to good health.
Source: Consumer Reports booklet Second Edition 2017
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