Living the Mediterranean Diet

In a world of brands and advertisers telling you what to eat despite potential health risks, it’s refreshing to see pioneers advocating food that’s good for your overall health, the environment and your local economy.


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The Mediterranean Diet is classically known for plentiful vegetables, fruits, fish and whole grains. Incorporating these delectable ingredients in your diet is an ideal way to maintain a healthy body mass index and still get the right vitamins, starches, carbs and minerals.

With so many possible combinations of vegetables, fruits, fish and whole grains, it’s easy to wonder where to start. A great resource for giving The Mediterranean Diet a chance is checking out Living the Mediterranean Diet for foodie inspiration.

Living the Mediterranean Diet delves into a brief and interesting synopsis of the health

benefits by following simple guidelines before laying out easy-to-follow recipes and beautiful photography. Authors Nick Nigro and Bay Ewald happily developed innovative recipes to share with anyone craving fresh, unique and healthy meals.

With recipes like Butternut Squash-Pomegranate Hummus, Wild Salmon with Dill-Yogurt Sauce, Whole Roasted Apple-Rosemary Chicken and Farfalle Pasta with Sunflower Seed Pesto, it’s easy to keep your meals interesting. Whether you’re cooking for yourself, a dinner party or a date, it never hurts to have diverse and flavorful recipes in your arsenal.

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