10 healthy habits from around the world that could improve your wellbeing


It's no secret that the Mediterranean diet is good for you. And while meals do use some high-calorie foods, like cheese and meat, they do so in moderation .


Because it is cold in the Nordic countries, vegetables aren't used a lot in Swedish food. Instead, the Swedes have a long history of rye bread, especially the kind that is crunchy.


Turmeric is a spice grown in the Malaysian jungles, and packed with curcumin, a natural chemical with fat-fighting properties.


A lot of them also grow their own fruits and veggies in the gardens of their country homes, so you can be sure that the food they eat is healthy and natural.


Iceland is considered one of the healthiest countries in the world, thanks to a diet high in fresh fish.


The Israelis consume a lot of fruit and vegetables every day, favoring citrus fruits in particular.


n the late '60s, Finland had the highest death rates from coronary heart disease in the world

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The bacteria in fermented plant foods help keep the bacteria in your gut healthy and lower your body's inflammatory reactions.


People from Portugal eat a lot of olive oil, which is also one of their national foods. It's in almost every food and is full of heart-healthy fats and antioxidants.

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