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Adopt a Mediterranean diet now for better health later

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November 6, 2013

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Healthy Weight Loss
December 23, 2013

I lobe the Mediterranean diet, but I do wonder whether regionally derived diets like this do not have a partly genetic basis when they work i.e. those good folk who live in the Mediterranean have basically adapted to this diet over many generations and it’s their genetic inheritance that contributes to its success – just a thought and thanks for an interesting article and indeed for many interesting comments!

Sumant Kaul
December 20, 2013

Take healthy diet for healthy mind body and soul.

Hiya shek
November 24, 2013

Great article, Really informative.
Thanks for writing

Milferd
November 21, 2013

The diet studied had whole milk and cheese in it not low fat and more alcohol reducing the fat and alcohol might hurt not help. And people just don’t want to drink eat low fat milk and cheese long term as studies show steady declines of drinking milk almost certainly the reduction in fat renders milk unable to compete with other beverages. Plus there is a fat in milk fat that might be very heart friendly. The secret might be that it’s not the amount of fat in items you eat that harms it’s the total amount of animal fats you consume, maybe even good to have high animal fat items in diet just at low total part of the diet like in the actual Mediterranean diet. The diet studied probably was raw milk as well but raw milk is dangerous at least to people who don’t live on farms.

Tony Nguyen
November 14, 2013

Mediterranean diet is really delicious and healthy. Thanks for your useful share. I really love Mediterranean and I also love healthy eating plans.

The ballerina stance
November 13, 2013

Traditional Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of heart disease which is common for aged people. Start at middle age, in my view, you’ll live up to 90yrs just like my grandmother.

Alex Cray
November 11, 2013

I truly do desire that a majority of persons understood of which grain fights in glucose,
which can be promptly refined. It’s actually a very wholesome issue to eat (though this can be better and then light bread),
in small amounts it truly is tasty!

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November 11, 2013

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November 11, 2013

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Tiana Gustafson
November 11, 2013

Thank you so much for this amazing looking recipe! I love healthy recipes and I will look forward to trying it out and sharing it with my followers at TianaGustafson.com. As Arnold says “I’ll be back” 🙂 Thanks again!

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November 8, 2013

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Meera
November 7, 2013

Isn’t sunflower oil better than olive oil for frying(sautéing) foods?

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