Make vegetables, fruits and whole grains based on their meals. These foods should form the bulk of your meals. Choose a wide variety of fruits and vegetables and prepare them easily. For example, bake vegetables in olive oil instead of butter. Switch to breads, cereals and pastas. Try different grains, such as brown rice and millet. Continue reading “The Mediterranean diet to our lifestyle?”
Weight loss depends on several factors: body’s response, physical activity, dietary compliance, etc.. It is estimated that the Mediterranean diet can reduce about 500 grams to 1 kilogram per week, mainly when it starts to do it.
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Mediterranean diet for weight lose is based on a list of foods and other forbidden food, which will help to make a special menu for Mediterranean diet for weight loss.
1. Leafy greens and overall.
2. Citrus fruits (tangerine, grapefruit, orange, lemon) and in general, preferably raw, being the most consumed are grapes.
4. Meat of fish and white meats.
5. Olive oil.
6. Nonfat dairy. Continue reading “Mediterranean diet to lose weight in a healthy way”
Add a handful of nuts to a diet rich in fruits, vegetables and fish is useful for controlling a set of cardiovascular risk factors, known as metabolic syndrome. This is the main conclusion of a Spanish study whose results are published in the latest issue of the journal Archives of Internal Medicine.
Shows that regular consumption of walnuts, hazelnuts and almonds is more beneficial to health than the intake of olive oil, a fat known for its heart-healthy properties. Continue reading “Nuts more Mediterranean diet: A great benefit for your health”
The Mediterranean diet is originally from Italy and Greece. This diet is based on the use of olive oil for cooking, eating lots of fish, fruits, vegetables and consumption of a glass of red wine a day with meals and 6 cups water. Continue reading “Mediterranean Diet”