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Secret of the Mediterranean Diet »

Written: January 19, 2011 By: In: Diet

The Secret of the Mediterranean Diet

a)  Mediterranean diet is high in fat content.  Can people enjoy weight loss and optimum weight management if they follow this diet?

To some extent, Mediterranean diet really has a high fat content.  But you have to take note that the fat content of a Mediterranean diet consists of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats.  These fats are essential and healthy for your body unlike the saturated fat which is common in American diet.  Do take note also that calorie intake is the determining factor for weight loss and not fat consumption.  If you follow the Mediterranean diet, you will enjoy lots of healthy benefits but you still need to lower your daily calorie consumption to achieve weight loss.

b) In simple terms, what is the principal difference between the American diet and the Mediterranean diet?

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Mediterranean Diet and Foods »

Written: April 9, 2010 By: In: Diet

n recent years much has been said about Mediterranean diet and food.mediterranean food and dietI Here is the place where you can find useful pieces of information about this healthy, traditional diet. We have tried to provide you with essential information about the Mediterranean diet and Mediterranean foods.

Diet Grader can assist you in menu plans that follow the Mediterranean diet.  It can also assist you in Grading your current diet against essential nutrient quantities and types suggested for this type of diet.

The staples of the Mediterranean diet include fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds, legumes, seafood, yogurt, olive oil, and small amounts of wine.

The Mediterranean diet focuses on small portions of high-quality food.

“A diet higher in plant foods and lower in animal products has been linked to decreased incidence of heart disease, diabetes, and many cancers,” according to Adamson, of Web MD.Unlike most diets, the Mediterranean diet doesn’t cut fat consumption across the board, according to Fred A. Stutman, MD, a Philadelphia-based physician and author of 100 Weight-Loss Tips That Really Work.type of fats that are used. On the menu are the monounsaturated fat found in olive oil, nuts, and avocados; and polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acids, found in fatty fish (salmon, tuna, sardines, and trout); and fat from plant sources, like flaxseed.

Rather than limiting total fat intake, the Mediterranean diet makes wise choices about the

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