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¨Mediterranean Diet: What To Know" by U.S. News describes the Mediterranean diet and some new things that are very interesting, like does it contribute to weight loss. First of all, they describe the purpose of the Mediterranean diet. It states that it can help prevent brain and heart cancer, which I never knew. They then rank it by comparing it to other diets. They go on to tell about how the diet works. They explain that the cost is not very high if you are smart about what you buy. They explain that studies are showing that people on the diet are loosing weight. They explain that it is sort of a challenge to follow and that excersizing is part of the diet. Clearly this is a very helpful and informational article.
"Great Christmas recipes from all over the Mediterranean" by Chef Marbella tells about several Mediterranean diet recipes that are perfect for Christmas. First off, Chef Marbella gives the readers vegetarian recipes to choose from, which is helpful if you have guests that are coming to a Christmas celebration that are vegetarian. He then provides several links in order from starters, fish courses, main courses, vegetables, dessert, and even a "Just to Spoil Yourselves" section. He provides links under each of these captions to delicious and unique Christmas recipes. Some of these are very unique, like roast duck and stuffed monkfish. Clearly, this website is great for planning a very unique Mediterranean Style Christmas.
"Mediterranean Style Thanksgiving Recipes" by Suzy Karadsheh tells about how to make delicious Mediterranean Diet foods for Thanksgiving. First of all, Suzy gives us several recipes to choose from. Each one of the recipes is described in detail. She includes instructions on how to prepare each one, too. For example, she provides a video of herself creating a Mediterranean roasted chicken in gravy. She includes information like measurements of items, time, and temperatures. Clearly, this article is very helpful for those who are on the Mediterranean diet.
"Mediterranean Diet" by Oldways describes the Mediterranean Diet and recipes for the diet. First of all, Oldways tells us about their background and history with the Mediterranean Diet. They created the Mediterranean Diet Pyramid in 1933. The bottom of the pyramid is different, though. It has drawings of excersizes to show that part of the diet is staying fit. They describe the diet and it's importance to heart health and overall health. Then they provide links to other websites that describe the Mediterranean diet. This is very nice because it helps us learn furthermore about the diet. Lastly, they even provide links to specific recipes for the Mediterranean Diet. Clearly, this article is very trustworthy and helpful.
"What is the Mediterranean Diet Mediterranean Food Mediterranean Diet Pyramid" by Divya Dev describes the the foods of the Mediterranean Diet and how many servings you should have per day. First of all, Divya starts by telling us about what we should eat. She tells us that we should replace butter with olive oil and that we should eat a lot of fruits and vegetables. She basically gives us the basics. She then goes on to tell us specifically how much we should have of each item per day. She tells us that we should eat 2 servings of vegetables per day and 2 to 3 servings of fruits. This is very helpful because no other website I have seen has told me the specific quantity we should eat. She then goes to show us the Mediterranean Diet Pyramid. Clearly, Divya knows a lot about the diet.
The article,¨8 Ways to Follow the Mediterranean Diet for Better Health¨ by Jessica Migala tells how to follow the Mediterranean diet without cheating. First of all, she explains that the ]Mediterranean Diet could perhaps be the world’s healthiest diet. She then describes the Mediterranean Diet, saying that it is abundant in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes and olive oil. It features fish and poultry—lean sources of protein—over red meat. This proves her point that it could potentially be one of the best diets. She describes, in detail, how to keep eating these items without cheating. Lastly, she included a video on how to prepare a delicious salmon meal. Clearly, this article is very helpful for people beginning the Mediterranean diet.
The article ¨Mediterranean diet: A heart-healthy eating plan¨ by the Mayo Clinic describes the Mediterranean diet and it´s benefits. First of all, this article says that the Mediterranean diet is a heart healthy eating plan that helps to prevents heart disease. They then provide the key components of the Mediterranean diet. Along with that, there is a food pyramid that shows what you should eat the most and least of. Clearly, this website is very helpful if you are trying to start doing the diet.
The article,¨Mediterranean Diet 101: A Meal Plan and Beginner´s Guide¨ by Kris Gunnars describes a Mediterranean diet plan and what you should and should not eat. First of all, Kris tells us about the basics. He tells us what food we should eat, what foods we should eat in moderation, foods to rarely eat, and foods that you should never eat. Then he goes into specifics and tells us to not eat added sugars, refined items, and processed items. He also tells us about what we should eat, snacks we should eat, and the food we should eat sometimes. Lastly, he gives us a sample menu for a week, which is very helpful.