Mediterranean diet

  1. Mediterranean diet now proven to cut heart and stroke risk

    The No.1 PROVEN remedy for heart health (Hint: it’s NOT statins)  

    There’s a TIME-TESTED secret to a stronger, better, healthier heart.

    This one has been used since Biblical times for better health and a longer life… and now, it’s backed by the latest cutting-edge research.

    In ONE STEP, you can:

    • LOSE weight
    • STOP a stroke
    • PROTECT your heart
    • PREVENT diabetes
    • …and more!

    It’s even been proven to help keep bones strong as you grow old.

    But today, let’s focus on heart protection, because the latest research proves yet again that when it comes to your ticker…

    You need to make some time for the Mediterranean diet!

    Now, I know “diet” isn’t a popular word…

    But in truth, this is the one diet that feels like you’re hardly on one; instead, you’ll lead a full and satisfying lifestyle – and it’s amazingly easy to follow.

    So friends, don’t think of it as a diet…

    Think of it instead as the world’s greatest heart “drug.”

    The BENEFIT of drugs… WITHOUT the drugs

    You know the story with meds that are supposed to “protect” your heart.

    Even when they work… even when they deliver… even when they help ensure you never have a heart problem… they can undermine those very same benefits with side effects.

    Statins, for example, are often touted for their heart benefits. I don’t buy it; most of the studies behind them have more conflicts than a “Real Housewives” episode.

    But even if you believe the highly suspect research, you know the drugs can cause everything from immediate problems such as agonizing muscle pain to long-term risks like diabetes.

    Worth it? Not when you have this OTHER option… because the new study found something that STUNNED mainstream doctors.

    The Mediterranean diet can deliver ALL of the “benefits” of statins and other common drugs… but without the actual drugs or ANY of the risks!

    The long-term study of more than 26,000 older women finds this easy-to-follow lifestyle will dramatically cut your risk of serious heart problems including:

    • Heart attack
    • Stroke
    • Coronary arterial revascularization
    • Coronary death

    Ready for the most important part?

    It works for that all-important and highly elusive “primary prevention,” or preventing a first heart problem.

    That’s critical. Once you have a first heart problem, you’re at risk for everything else. Stop that first one from happening, and you’ll keep your risks nice and low.

    And in the new study, that’s just what happened.

    Women who followed a Mediterranean diet even moderately had a 23 percent lower risk of a first heart problem… while women who followed it even more closely saw that risk plunge by 28 percent.

    They also enjoyed:

    • Less inflammation
    • Better blood sugar control
    • Decreased insulin resistance
    • A lower BMI

    And while the study was on women, men often see the same benefits as well.

    Here are the main tenants of the Mediterranean diet

    You’ll give up most carbs (even whole grains) and limit your red meat.

    Instead, you’ll focus on fatty fish, poultry, and fresh produce.

    And you’ll cook with olive oil, and make liberal use of herbs and spices.

    Don’t forget: on this “diet,” you can absolutely feel free to polish it all off with a glass of wine!

  2. Mediterranean diet recipes for quick meals

    5 delicious recipes to kick start 2019

    When is a diet NOT a diet?

    When you can LOSE weight…without even noticing that you’re on one!

    That, my friend, is where the Mediterranean diet shines the most…

    This rich lifestyle is packed with filling portions of foods you already know and love.

    This is the ONE RESOLUTION you need to make and keep this year – and I’ll prove it to you right now...

    The diet so simple ANYONE can follow it

    Let’s face it: Quick weight loss is what we’re all after… and it’s certainly what you’ll get here.

    But you’ll also get so much MORE, including a few benefits you won’t see or feel right away.

    See, this healthy lifestyle can cut your risk of nearly EVERY major killer condition, including:

    • Stroke by 17 percent
    • Heart attack by 31 percent
    • Heart disease by 47 percent
    • Diabetes by 40 percent
    • Cognitive decline by 35 percent
    • Alzheimer’s disease by 53 percent

    There are plenty of ways to get started with the Mediterranean diet (buy a cookbook, hunt online, phone your friends…).

    But I’m going to make it REALLY easy for you!

    I’ve got what you need to get started right here with FIVE delicious dishes that are easy to prepare.

    5 easy Mediterranean diet recipes you need to see

    BREAKFAST: Omelet

    We all love omelets, but everyone is afraid of eggs these days because of the fat and cholesterol… and when they do eat them, they stick to the whites.

    Not on this diet.

    Eggs – yolk and all – are proven to control hunger so you eat less later on, making them the perfect way to start the day.

    Crack a pair of eggs, beat them with some onions, peppers and your favorite herbs and spices. Fry it with a little extra-virgin olive oil, melt a little cheese into it and fold it over.

    Just skip the toast and you’re all set!

    LUNCH: Shredded chicken avocado salad

    This is perfect for leftover chicken. Shred leftover cooked chicken, place it in a bowl with diced onions, sliced tomatoes and cucumbers, and chunks of fresh avocado. Toss with 1-2 tbsp of olive oil, juice from a slice of lemon and chopped parsley. Serve on a bed of fresh spinach.


    Appetizer: Lentil soup

    This classic will have everyone reaching for a second bowl… good thing it’s so easy to make!

    Sautee garlic, onions and julienne carrots in olive oil, then add 4-6 cups of chicken or vegetable stock. Add salt and pepper to taste as well as fresh Mediterranean herbs such as rosemary. Dump in your lentils, boil, then reduce to a simmer until the lentils are tender (about 15-20 minutes).

    Main dish: Spatchcock chicken

    Here’s the easiest – and fastest – roast chicken you’ll ever make. Cut the entire bird right down the middle so it’s essentially split in half and flat on your cooking tray.

    Squeeze a lemon over it, then rub with garlic, rosemary and thyme and roast at 450 until the internal temperature hits 165. Keep an eye on it; splitting the bird makes it cook much faster!

    Here’s a trick: you can add a minute or two under the broiler if the skin isn’t crisp enough to your liking.

    Dessert: Mediterranean mousse

    Yes, you can still have dessert. This one is delicious AND healthy… not to mention so easy you can make it in minutes.

    Heat about half a cup of almond milk on low, slowly stirring in 3 ounces of shaved or powdered dark chocolate. Add a dash of vanilla and about a tablespoon of honey and mix it well.

    Pour about 2 cups of green yogurt into a bowl, mix in the chocolate sauce you just made and chill in the fridge 2-3 hours. Serve with strawberry slices or fresh berries and garnish with a sprig of mint.

  3. Mediterranean diet slashes death risk in half

    Cut your DEATH RISK by 50 percent! A prescription to CHEAT DEATH? I know that sounds downright impossible, too crazy to even imagine. Even if such a thing existed, you’d need a pile of money – and good connections – to get your hands on it. It’s not so crazy after all. I’m here today to tell you that there...
  4. Mediterranean diet protects bone and muscle

    Stay STRONG even as you get older Ladies, there's a science-backed way to BUILD muscle... PROTECT bone... and SAVE yourself from painful and potentially crippling injuries. This one little trick can stop you from turning brittle and frail even as you keep turning those calendar pages. You don't have to glug glass after nauseating glass of milk until you're gassy...
  5. Mediterranean diet

    Mediterranean diet will cut your risk of heart disease and death from heart disease… even if you live nowhere near the Mediterranean.
  6. Mediterranean diet cuts death risk in heart patients

    The Mediterranean diet is twice as effective as statins at cutting the risk of death in patients with heart disease.
  7. Mediterranean diet with more fat leads to more weight loss

    The Mediterranean diet wins again! New research shows how this healthy diet leads to more weight loss… even when you increase your fat intake.
  8. Mediterranean diet can slow aging

    Mediterranean diet can slow the aging process, helping to fight disease and maybe even adding years to your life.
  9. The diet and exercise plan to living longer

    Diet and exercise can help you live healthier and longer while cutting your risk of death from heart problems by nearly half.
  10. Mediterranean diet can prevent diabetes

    Prevent Diabetes with diet The Garden of Eden wasn't in Greece or Italy -- but I'm convinced that a healthy Mediterranean lifestyle rich in fresh fruits and vegetables, legumes, whole grains, lean meats and fish is as close to the Original Diet as you'll find. These are the foods we've been designed to eat, and you don't need to turn to the Bible for proof of that. No, modern science confirms that a back-to-basics diet rich in Biblical foods is just about the healthiest lifestyle around, helping to fight disease and extend lives. And now, new research confirms that if you go Mediterranean, you could prevent diabetes -- a scourge that some 80 million Americans either already have, or are on the verge of getting. Continue reading →
  11. Mediterranean diet can prevent peripheral artery disease

    The Mediterranean diet can cut your risk of peripheral artery disease, a painful condition in which the arteries in the legs narrow.
  12. Beat diabetes risk factors with diet

    Switching to a Mediterranean diet with olive oil can help you to avoid diabetes even if you're already at risk for it.
  13. Mediterranean diet has good brain foods

    A Mediterranean diet can protect the brain from memory loss, depression, stroke, Parkinson's disease and more.
  14. Ways to lose weight

    Exercise alone isn't enough to help you to lose weight -- and if that's all you do, you might even gain a few pounds.
  15. Walking after eating meals can control blood sugar

    Going for a short walk after meals can help the body to control blood sugar levels, according to new research.
  16. B vitamins can help protect against memory problems

    A new study confirms that ordinary B vitamins can fight dementia slowing down the physical deterioration in the brain that goes with it.
  17. Eating bugs? There are better ways to lose weight

    A U.N. agency wants people to eat more bugs to fight obesity -- but there are much better ways to lose weight.
  18. Mediterranean diet foods can protect your brain

    The same Mediterranean diet that's great for your heart is also terrific for the brain, slashing your dementia risk by nearly a fifth, according to new research.
  19. Mediterranean diet can slash heart & stroke risk

    The common-sense Mediterranean diet can cut the risk of stroke by nearly half and reduce the risk of all major cardiovascular events by a third.
  20. The Mediterranean diet keeps diabetes under control

    The Mediterranean diet can help diabetics lose weight, control blood sugar and improve cholesterol, according to new research.

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