A fascinating article with a refreshing new piece of evidence. That’s why we are all about the MD! https://edition.cnn.com/2019/04/03/health/diet-global-deaths-study/index.html
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Harvard Health Publishing have put up a nice article that sums up the Mediterranean Diet (MD). Here is the link: https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/a-practical-guide-to-the-mediterranean-diet-2019032116194
The attached link below is a very informative article published recently in The Guardian. In a world with a rapidly-expanding population, the food industry has had to speed up its food production; with not necessarily the ideal result. Nevertheless, there are still ways we can enjoy fresh and wholesome food whilst at the same […]
This is a lovely article that explains in short, the essential characteristics of the MD: Very little processed food Good fats, e.g. olive oil, nuts and fish Little red meat Red wine (in moderation!) Fresh produce, e.g. fruit and vegetables (normally bought in their unpackaged form) Exercising between meals Mind the calories- even if […]
As far as most of us can remember, breakfast has historically been considered the most important meal of the day. It’s been thought to kick-off our metabolism, boost our performance at school or at work, and help us maintain a slim figure. As a person who hardly ever has breakfast, and with the […]
According to an article published in the British Medical Journal in October 2018, a plant-based diet is the way forward for better diabetes control. This conclusion follows the analysis of eleven studies, most of which were RCTs (randomised control trials- the most unbiased kind). The studies showed that a plant-based diet may offer the following […]