Articles about Mediterranean diet
Mediterranean Lifestyle Alive and Well on Crete
Sure there's a lot of junk food here too, but Crete is still one of the best places in the world to immerse oneself in the Mediterranean diet and lifestyle.
Roundtable to Offer Practical, Peer-to-Peer Approach to Mediterranean Diet
Organizers of the Mediterranean Diet Roundtable say it's "the first event to bring the topic of the Mediterranean Diet to a really practical level."
Restaurants Embrace Crete’s Celebrated Diet
Visitors to Crete can be persuaded by its small restaurants to enjoy a traditional Cretan diet featuring high quality, extra virgin olive oil.
Study Shows Canola Oil Cannot Replace Olive Oil in a Mediterranean-Style Diet
Researchers concluded canola oil cannot be recommended as a suitable substitute for extra virgin olive oil in a Mediterranean-style diet.
Mediterranean Diet Protective Against Obesity in Children
A recent study in eight European countries has shown that children who consume a Mediterranean diet were less likely to be overweight.
Mediterranean Diet with a Swiss Twist Lowers Cancer and Heart Disease Risk
Even a culturally-adapted adherence to the traditional Mediterranean style diet can extend lives.
Researchers Trace Mediterranean Diet’s Origin to Ancient Greek Medicine
The Mediterranean diet may have been conceived by early doctors as a form of medicinal treatment.
Mediterranean Diet Associated with Longevity
Harvard researchers provide additional evidence that a Mediterranean Diet is associated with a longer life.
International Foundation to Promote Mediterranean Diet
An international foundation will bring together multidisciplinary knowledge and expertise dedicated to the promotion of the Mediterranean diet.
Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Risk of Kidney Disease
Dietary patterns that closely resembled the Mediterranean diet were linked with a 50 percent reduced risk of developing chronic kidney disease.
Not Such a Mediterranean Diet for College Students in Spain
A recent study finds that most Spanish university students opt for a diet that is high in meat and dairy but low in fruits and vegetables.
Mediterranean Diet Can Reverse Metabolic Syndrome
A new study finds that following a Mediterranean diet can reverse metabolic syndrome, which afflicts up to 25 percent of adults.
Mediterranean Diet, Workplace Health at Harvard Conference
The Harvard School of Public Health is hosting two events at the end of September celebrating Greek food and the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet.