The Mediterranean Diet (Anglais) Poche – 26 décembre 2006
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Présentation de l'éditeur
- Includes a 7-day eating plan chock full of savory meals
- Essential in-depth nutritional information about each food category
- A 3-day exercise plan
- Luscious soup-to-nuts recipes designed to satisfy your individual tastes
Lose weight and worry with every delicious meal!
Biographie de l'auteur
Marissa Cloutier, MS, RD, is a registered dietitian with a master of science degree in human nutrition and metabolism from Boston University. She is a food/nutrition instructor at Briarwood College, as well as a biology and anatomy/physiology instructor at Hillyer College. She was recently admitted into the Ph.D. program at the University of Connecticut in the field of nutrition. She is an expert co-author, with Eve Adamson and Deborah S. Romaine, of Beef Busters: Less Beef, Better Health!
Eve Adamson is an eight-time New York Times bestselling author and multiple-award-winning freelance writer who has written or cowritten more than seventy-five books, including the #1 New York Times bestselling book The Fast Metabolism Diet.
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For example it was interesting to learn more about vitamins and why it's preferable to eat vegetables and fruits and grains vs taking supplements. It also gave me a pretty clear idea of when I should add some vitamin C into my diet instead of just blindly taking pills every day.
Overall this book is about common sense and a tested lifestyle which most Americans (me including) have a hard time following. I have compared it to Okinawa food pyramid and found a lot of similarities, except Japanese also clean their bodies with antioxidants such as tea and bitter melon.
Definitely recommend this book to everyone.
I purchased a copy of it for myself and now I am letting everyone know that this is not the way. The recipes in this book are fine as long as you are aware that many of the ingredients used are not right. DO NOT use Margarine and avoid Canola oil these products did not exist during the time period that the diet is based on and they are not part of the menu. Be careful when choosing to use canned low-sodium anything, read the label to make sure that the salt was not replaced with MSG. As for Fat Free or Reduced Fat; Milk, Sour Cream and Yogurt, they are ok but not recommended by anyone who follows the diet correctly. Again, these products did not exist during the time period. This way of eating is a balance of good and bad fats that help to offset each other, dairy fats are good for your body and it is important to get the proper amount of them into this diet.
The list of ingredients called for in this book that should not be in your diet is too long to list here. Just use the old rule of thumb that goes with this way of life; If it did not exist before 1950 it is not part of the diet. Bon appetit.
The book is presented in two parts. The first details the research and science behind the diet itself. Most notable is the reminder that this research is based on the dietary habits of those living around the Mediterranean during the 1950s and 1960s; an important fact to consider as modern conveniences have moved into the area and today's subjects are slipping from their healthy ways. Point taken: it's not enough to eat like Mediterraneans; we have to think like our golden age counterparts.
The second part is comprised of recipes to help you get started. Truthfully I have not yet dug into this section as I find it easier to simply "Google" and "Pin" recipes online, but I trust they are well-rounded and delicious.
That being said, this book is worth the cost and time to read (a silly statement since neither are very much) for part one alone even if you are only remotely considering undertaking this healthy way of eating and living. You will complete the section abundantly informed and well-equipped to make better food decisions leading to a healthier you.
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