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It is a scientific fact that people living along the mediterranean are living longer , even if they eat more fat, but  this has clear reasons, I found an Ebook and a real Book giving you more explanations and good tasting recipes . Enjoy the Film Clips and have a good Mediterranean diet meal with a glass of Cabernet.

mediterranean diet ebook provides a downloadable Mediterranean diet guide and many helpful bonuses.

It Includes Mediterranean diet recipes, weight loss charts, vitamin and nutrition chart, comparitive diet indicators and a 28 day program.

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mediterranean diet foodWhat is the Mediterranean Diet?
 
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The Mediterranean diet has become increasingly well known over the last few years. Historically, the traditional Mediterranean diet was considered not just an eating plan but a way of life as well. Named for the Mediterranean Ocean that many regions surround, Mediterranean cuisine can vary quite significantly through varying locations. For example, the folk in Tunisia, Greece, Crete, Spain, and Italy, would all eat quite different local Mediterranean foods on a daily basis. However, the Mediterranean diet philosophy remains the same.

Mediterranean Diet Philosophy.

The Mediterranean diet is quite different from a Western style diet. Firstly, fat consumption is not only allowed, it is encouraged. However, we are not talking deep fried chicken or doughnut style fats, but the monounsaturated and omega fats found in olives, olive oil, avocados, nuts, and oily fish. Contrary to popular opinion, these types of fats are not bad for you, and have been medically linked to better cardiac health and lower blood cholesterol levels.

  • Carbohydrates in the forms of whole grains, fresh fruits, breads, cereals, and pastas are also consumed on a regular basis.
  • Red wine is allowed in moderation, but only with a doctor's clearance first.
  • Fish, and especially oily fish, is eaten regularly, ideally once or twice a week.
  • Dairy products, with a lean towards yogurts, and goat's cheeses, are eaten less frequently.
  • Red meats are eaten rarely.
  • Eggs and poultry are eaten in moderate amounts.
  • Seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables are eaten in unlimited amounts.

mediterranean cheese and wineButters and margarines, are not consumed. Other animal and dairy fats are eaten infrequently. Full cream milk, creams, and ice creams should be avoided. Olive oil is used instead of butter on breads, and both olive and canola oils are used for cooking. These are the fats that are known as saturated or trans fats, and are linked to heart disease, stroke, and obesity.

Herbs and spices are used as tasty alternatives to salt.

Nuts, especially almonds, pecans, hazelnuts, and walnuts, are eaten as snacks.

The Mediterranean diet is not just an eating plan but a way of life. Meals are lingered over and enjoyed. Often in the Mediterranean culture, eating is a social event, and meals are shared with loved ones and friends. Meals in the Mediterranean are not eaten on the run, or solo in the car, nor in front of the TV.

What can I eat on the Mediterranean Diet?

  • Plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, up to 7-10 serves daily.
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil. (Extra virgin olive oil is best.) Don't get too carried away with the oil bottle as it still does contain calories.
  • Garlic is another important component in Mediterranean diets.
  • Eggs are allowed up to 4 serves weekly.
  • Dairy products and poultry are not eaten as frequently as in the Western world.
  • Pastas, breads, and cereals, all whole grains, are eaten on a frequent basis.
  • Red meat is eaten infrequently.
  • Fish and shell fish, especially oily fish such as salmon, tuna, mackerel, herring and trout. Avoid deep frying the fish.
  • Herbs and spices for additional flavor.
  • Nuts and seeds, the more mixed the better. Most experts state that a handful of nuts daily is sufficient from a calorie intake point of view.
  • Red wine is allowed for those who have a doctor's clearance. Please note that red wine is not suited to everyone.

Watch this video to see some results from worldwide studies narrated by Dr Robert LeFavi, professor of Sports Medicine at Atlantic State University

 

The Mediterranean DietFor a more accurate idea of the portions and ratios of foods allowed on the Mediterranean diet plan click here for the Mediterranean diet and don't eat to much unsaturated fats and meat. Eat protective and effective ingredients like Wine, tomato sauce, olive oil and fresh fruit and vegetables

 

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The book above is an Ebook that you can download instantly, but if you want an hardcover book to have in your kitchen I recommend :

The Mediterranean Diet CookbookMediterranean Diet Cookbook: A Delicious Alternative for Lifelong Health (Hardcover)

149 of 149 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars Healthy dining and culinary delights.,
I have always felt that the word "diet" hurts the appeal of this book. It is not a "go on this and lose weight" diet, but rather "the way the Mediterrean peoples of the world eat" diet. Most healthcare professionals feel that the Mediterrean diet is the healthiest diet there is; however, this book is on a list of my top five cookbooks in a collection of approximately 500 based on how delicious the food is! Try the Greek Salad and the Salad Nicoise, two dishes that are horribly served in diners all over the Northeast, to see how they really should taste. The food is truly wonderful AND healthy. The recipes are clearly written and easy to prepare. I give this book as a present all the time to both my health-conscious friends and my cooking friends. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves to cook, to anyone who loves to eat, and to anyone who wants to clean up his nutritional act in 1997. I give my thanks to Nancy Harmon Jenkins for a monumental work and wish everyone who tries it good eating and good luck

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