All posts in Mediterranean Diet

Do Carbs Cause Dementia?

By: | Comments Off on Do Carbs Cause Dementia? | On: February 12, 2015 | Category : Caveat Emptor, Diet, Dieting, General Information, Marketing, Mediterranean Diet

Homemade Yeast Dinner Rolls

I am becoming more and more skeptical of reports, best selling books, diet plans, and dietary supplements that claim to be the magic bulletin to cure all. Carbohydrates, better known as carbs, are now responsible for a series of ills including dementia which has become as feared in the United... more

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Death

By: | Comments Off on Diners, Drive-Ins and Death | On: August 9, 2014 | Category : Diet, Dieting, Dining Out, Dinner, Entree, General Information, Lunch, Mediterranean Diet

Cheese Burger

Some people wonder why so many Americans are overweight or obese. The answer is very simple. An abundance of low cost, high calorie foods. A popular program on the U.S. Food Network cable channel is Diners, Drive-ins and Dives hosted by chef and restaurant owner Guy Fieri. Yes, he is Italian. The... more

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Dr. Oz Testified Before United States Senate

By: | Comments Off on Dr. Oz Testified Before United States Senate | On: June 17, 2014 | Category : Caveat Emptor, Diet, Dieting, General Information, Marketing, Mediterranean Diet

Dr. Oz Senate Hearing

On Tuesday June 17, 2013 Dr. Mehmet Oz testified before the United States Senate consumer protection subcommittee about the claims he made adopt weight-loss aids on this television show. Dr. Mehmet Oz is undoubtable the best know celebrity doctor with a daily television show promoting all sorts of secret and miracle... more

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Mediterranean Diet Reduces PAD Risk

By: | Comments Off on Mediterranean Diet Reduces PAD Risk | On: March 29, 2014 | Category : Health Benefits, Mediterranean Diet

Spaghetti with Ground Beef and Fresh Tomatoes

Scientifically documented health benefits of a Mediterranean-style diet continue grow. Unlike diets designed or promoted for rapid weight loose, eating a Mediterranean-style diet is proven to lower the risk of hearth attack and stroke. A Mediterranean-style diet is classified as a diet incorporating olive oil (or other monounsaturated fats), fresh... more

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