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David Ogden
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The Mediterranean Diet

Published on 6/25/2012
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The Mediterranean Diet Summer is here and it always reminds me of the Mediterranean diet, which I used to follow when I lived in Cyprus. the diet is really a way of living. the food includes olive oil, olives, whole grains and an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh cheese and seafoods. The countries of origin are Spain, southern France, Italy, Greece and parts of the middle east. whilst the actual food is important, it is the way that people from the countries eat and live that provides such a healthy lifestyle. The Mediterranean diet focuses on food, enjoyable activities, long meals with friends and family and drinking wine in moderation with meals. The way we eat is just as important and sometimes more important than, what we eat. The average American spends on average 20 mins a day eating compared with the average European who will spend some 2.5 hours eating in a day. Yet the Americans still manage to eat on average 30% more, which is quite amazing. Food in the Mediterranean is worked in as a source of life, with the focus on freshness, which increases nutrient content. People who eat this way all the time focus on foods low in saturated fat and take the time to prepare and enjoy the food while sharing in a relaxed setting. all of this goes a long way to improve health, leading scores of scientists to note this diet as one of the healthiest in the world. The Mediterranean diet has worked well for thousands of year, for those living in the Mediterranean area. this way of eating is not a quick fix, it is a lifestyle change. This way of life helps prevent chronic diseases, metabolic syndrome, some types of cancer, type 2 diabetes as well as dementia and Alzheimer's disease. This lifestyle also leads to an extended life. David Ogden CEO TheInterBiz LLC
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