Mediterranean diet: features, benefits

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We recently told you that the Mediterranean diet was recognized as so good for health that UNESCO put it on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. And if the diet is called a cultural heritage, then not trying it is stupid.

We suggest you find out everything about the nutrition system on the Mediterranean diet and start preparing for summer now. Moreover, you definitely will not have to starve on this diet!

Mediterranean diet

Cameron Diaz, Penelope Cruz and Selena Gomez are on a Mediterranean diet. If stars often experiment and try health-hazardous diets, then things are different with the Mediterranean diet.

Features of the Mediterranean diet

The Mediterranean diet is not a temporary attraction for those who want to lose 5 kilograms in 3 days. Firstly, losing weight by 5 kilograms in 3 days is, in principle, very traumatic for health. And secondly, nothing works better than a systematic approach, which should be observed by all losing weight. In the case of the Mediterranean diet, you should choose a certain lifestyle and always follow it. Yes, as with Ducane’s diet, it’s only a lot safer.

Mediterranean Diet: The Basics of Nutrition

Any doctor will tell you that nutrition is the key to no health problems. The more harmful substances (fried, fatty, sweet) in your diet – the greater the likelihood that a serious illness will progress. By causing damage to your body through an imbalance in nutrition, you make it weaker and more susceptible to disease.

At the same time, the Mediterranean diet guarantees both skin health and proper weight.

The diet of the Mediterranean diet is based on fruits and vegetables. Poultry and fish are also not excluded, because protein and fatty acids need to be taken not only from the complex of vitamins that you drink. However, red meat and deep-fried foods should be discarded.

The Mediterranean diet is suitable for those who love porridge. A large amount of fiber can be obtained from buckwheat, oatmeal and rice, for example.

What foods can I eat on a Mediterranean diet? olive oil; fruit; nuts vegetables; whole grains; moderate amount of saltwater fish; poultry meat.

If you refuse sweets and starchy foods and in return you start eating on the menu of the Mediterranean diet, your body and skin will take on a completely different look. And, adding sports, you will not notice how you become a supermodel.

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Mediterranean diet: menu

Breakfast on a Mediterranean diet

Oatmeal in diluted milk with fruit

Two egg omelet with bell pepper

2 boiled chicken eggs, a slice of whole grain bread

Cheesecakes for a couple

Lunches on the Mediterranean diet

White fish baked in foil with stewed vegetables

Tomato soup – mashed potatoes with balls of turkey minced meat

Vegetable casserole and tuna salad with balsamic sauce

Buckwheat Soup with Chicken Breast Meat

Mediterranean diet dinners

Baked red fish, boiled or baked vegetables

Broccoli and cauliflower casserole, plain yogurt

Baked eggplant with tomatoes and mushrooms

Broccoli cutlets and rice

In fact, the menu can be matched to any wallet and taste. The main thing is to tune in to serious lifestyle changes!

Earlier we talked about a home diet for weight loss.

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