Agriculture, Food and Beverage

The world's healthiest food? Is the Nordic diet really better than Mediterranean meals

The Nordic diet is based on the traditional foods available in Nordic countries. Image: Unsplash/CA Creative

Duane Mellor
Lead for Evidence-Based Medicine and Nutrition, Aston Medical School, Aston University
Ekavi Georgousopoulou
Assistant Professor in Nutrition & Dietetics, University of Canberra
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The Nordic diet was developed by a committee of nutrition and food experts, alongside chefs, food historians and environmentalists. Image: Julia Sudnitskaya/ Shutterstock
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