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Seafood lovers, get ready to practice your culinary skills on the Mediterranean diet because you get to eat fish and seafood at least twice a week. Other protein sources such as cheese, chicken, eggs, and yogurt are also ok, but in moderation. And red meat should only make an. Everything you need to know about the Mediterranean diet. Lose weight, feel great, and improve your heart health by following the Mediterranean diet.

1. The basics of the Mediterranean diet consists mostly of fruits, vegetables, legumes, olive oil, and whole grains. 2. Very rarely do people on a Mediterranean diet eat red meat, but they do consume cheese, eggs, yogurt, and poultry in moderation. 10 Things to Know About the Mediterranean Diet Reduce your risk of heart disease, depression and dementia. Whole grains are best; have four small daily portions of whole-wheat bread, or try.

The Mediterranean diet is modeled after the collective lifestyles of inhabitants of Crete, Greece and southern Italy in the mid-20th century. At the time, they displayed low rates of chronic disease and higher-than-average adult life expectancy despite having limited access to modern health care. Because of the wide geographical area it springs from, the diet comes in many forms. The fat that they do contain is not saturated, says the Mayo Clinic, and the Mediterranean diet encourages people to eat more healthy unsaturated fats. Healthline suggests incorporating more almonds, walnuts, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts, cashews, sunflower seeds, and pumpkin seeds.

The Mediterranean diet is based on the traditional foods that people used to eat in countries like Italy and Greece back in 1960. Researchers. The Mediterranean diet is quickly becoming the biggest diet trend of 2019, after gaining the title of Best Diet Overall, Best Heart-Healthy Diet, Easiest Diet to Follow, among others by nutrition experts. These rankings prove the Mediterranean diet is more than a fad, but rather a healthful lifestyle approach backed by decades of research.

The Mediterranean diet doesn’t explicitly exclude any food group, it just encourages better choices within each one (like replacing red meat with salmon and replacing butter with olive oil). The diet includes things like a focus on foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, and nuts; olive oil, rather than other oils or butter; red wine in moderation; and meat and dairy in moderation. Nuts, seeds, and legumes are a staple of the Mediterranean diet. Flickr/kake_pugh Chickpeas with olive oil and spices are a go-to on the Mediterranean diet.

Almonds, pistachios, and tahini.

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Actually, there is no single ‘Mediterranean diet’.

“Olives and Olive Oil in Health and Disease Prevention” by Victor R. Preedy, Ronald Ross Watson
from Olives and Olive Oil in Health and Disease Prevention
by Victor R. Preedy, Ronald Ross Watson
Elsevier Science, 2010

So what exactly is the Mediterranean dietary pattern, and how can you adopt its lessons in your life?

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When you take a look at what people in Italy actually eat, it might clear up why the “true” Mediterranean diet should not be looked at as a low-fat diet.

“The Dental Diet: The Surprising Link between Your Teeth, Real Food, and Life-Changing Natural Health” by Steven Lin
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The Mediterranean diet is a varied one, and it includes lots of foods.

“Functional Food Product Development” by Jim Smith, Edward Charter
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by Jim Smith, Edward Charter
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The traditional Mediterranean diet is characterized by a high intake of olive oil, fruits, nuts, vegetables, and cereals; moderate intake of fish and poultry; low intake of dairy products, red meat, processed meats, and sweets; and moderate intake of wine consumed with meals.

“Understanding Pathophysiology E-Book” by Sue E. Huether, Kathryn L. McCance
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by Sue E. Huether, Kathryn L. McCance
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

There’s actually no one ‘Mediterranean’ diet.

“The 17 Day Diet” by Dr Mike Moreno
from The 17 Day Diet
by Dr Mike Moreno
Simon & Schuster UK, 2011

The Mediterranean diet has entered the public imagination as the epitome of good, healthy food and slow, companionable eating traditions, in relation to the bad, unhealthy fast food of industrial North America and Europe (Meneley 2007; Gallegos 2009, 202–3).

“Eating Culture: An Anthropological Guide to Food” by Gillian Crowther
from Eating Culture: An Anthropological Guide to Food
by Gillian Crowther
University of Toronto Press, Higher Education Division, 2013

The Mediterranean diet of which the Italian is an exemplar uses much fresh fruit and lots of vegetables, little butterfat, much olive oil, and carbohydrates such as pasta, polenta, and risotto, fish when available, and relatively little meat.

“The Pursuit of Pleasure” by Lionel Tiger
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by Lionel Tiger
Transaction Publishers,

If you want to learn more about the Mediterranean diet, see page 21.

“The Better Period Food Solution: Eat Your Way to a Lifetime of Healthier Cycles” by Tracy Lockwood Beckerman
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by Tracy Lockwood Beckerman
Ulysses Press, 2019

The Mediterranean diet was certainly in principle a relatively healthy one.

“Food and Society in Classical Antiquity” by Peter Garnsey, P. A. Cartledge, Cambridge University Press
from Food and Society in Classical Antiquity
by Peter Garnsey, P. A. Cartledge, Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press, 1999

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  • Hi from Italy. I am puzzled by the “famous avocado from the Mediterranean diet” �� and also by the “famous choco chips cookies from the Mediterranean diet” ��… wich are both american stuff instead. Where are the soups with legumes and cereals, the almonds and the pine nuts, the herbs and the spices…? You probably took your recipes from some american website while the real Mediterranean Diet is different, and can be found and described in trusted organizations as the FUNDACIÓN DIETA MEDITERRÁNEA by the Spanish Government: https://dietamediterranea.com/en/

  • Your diet is not only what you eat
    It’s what you watch
    What you listen to
    What you read
    The people you hang around
    Be mindful of the things you put into your body emotionally spiritual and physically

  • Health benefits of a Mediterranean diet��

    Preventing heart disease and strokes.

    Keeping you agile.

    Reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s.

    Halving the risk of Parkinson’s disease.

    Increasing longevity.

    Protecting against type 2 diabetes.

    Eat lots of vegetables.

    Always eat breakfast

  • Pork, lamb, cured salted meats are very common in the Mediterranean area. Also note that salmon doesn’t exist in the Mediterranean.

  • I would love to follow this diet but I cannot since I have food allergies to Legumes, fish, and Poultry. The only fish I can eat are shrimp and lobster. I am not joking.

  • Another great video, Jordan! I am not usually a fan of fennel but the way you made it looks so delicious, can’t wait to try it. PS… I want to eat up Jackson with a spoon, he is adorable as hell! ❤

  • This video was so helpful, thank you for doing it. I was recently placed on a Mediterranean diet after having a recent heart attack and I was having trouble coming up with recipe ideas, this video really helped.

  • Has anyone used the Custokebon Secrets to lost tons of fat? Just simply do a google search. On there you’ll find a great suggestions about how exactly you can lost a ton of weight. Why not give it a chance? perhaps it’s going to work for you too.

  • Its still astonish me just how a lot of people have no idea about Custokebon Secrets (look on google search engine) despite the fact that a lot of people lost tons of weight with it. Thanks to my pal who told me about it. I’ve lost tons of fat.

  • My own colleague was diagnosed with high cholesterol and had been placed on medications. Seafoods aren`t on his diet plan thus a choice to be in this way is not hard for him. Taking this cholesterol guide “Hοzantο Axy” (Google it) is the ideal choice for him. Soon after a few weeks his levels have reduced and also the tablets are really easy to get. They just do not leave an aftertaste..

  • Great, entertaining video. My doc tor highly recommended this diet to me and you made it look just plain FUN. Can’t wait to start! ��

  • This is how I ate growing up because my dad was the cook in the house and he was from Sicily. The problem is that as an adult I don’t know what I eat now lol I want to get back to eating like this.

  • I live in Malta, in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea and I’m a native…. so more Mediterranean than this…. I think that one cannot really say what Mediterranean food is because we have influenced each other so much over the years. If I want to look at typical Maltese food I’d look at how my grandparents and great grandparents ate (and even here, since we were under the British for 164 years, we eat bread and butter, tea with milk, ready made gravy (bisto), bovril etc). I lived some of this lifestyle in my early years. My grand parents and great grandparents ate from their land mostly, so we had copious amounts of fruit (figs, prickly pears, grapes, peaches, oranges, santa rosa plums, and veg, lots of soups (minestra & widow’s soup), our own fowls especially domestic rabbits and chicken, and we made our own cheese from goat milk (gbejniet) and rikotta, and had our preserved food such as sundried tomatoes, eggs in vinegar, pickled onions. Fairly recently we started seeing the introduction of olive oil as part of our diet (although in Roman and Phoenician times we had olive trees but abandoned the production) and it’s now one of the most praised oils in the Med. Meat stews with potatoes, carrots etc were/are popular. Clear chicken broth with various vegetables were/are also popular. If you go to some of the quaint villages in Malta and walk in the alleys you are still able to smell these foods cooking (e.g. mqabba, qormi, zebbug). Lampuki (dolphinfish) are a traditional food as is octupus and anchovy. Salmon is definitely not part of our endemic diet. It is imported. So is avocado. Pasta is a big favourite and we don’t traditionally eat wholemeal, although now we are becoming very conscious of healthy eating. The Maltese bread (Hobz tal-Malti) is a Maltese staple food. It is a sour dough bread with a fluffly soft interior and a fairly thick crusty exterior. Bean paste is another staple food (bigilla) mixed with lots of garlic and parsley and a little chilli pepper (filfel). I would say, what is most important in our diet is that traditionally we cook everything from scratch. So if we make a pizza, we make the pizza dough, the sauce etc from scratch. If we make stews etc, we peel and chop everything and cook everything ourselves. Yes we use a chicken or beef cube to enhance the taste in some dishes. Tomatoes are also a big thing. We eat tomatoes on Maltese bread with olives, oil, capers, basil, onions, sometimes tuna (hobz biz-zejt). So basically, traditionally, as a Mediterranean people, we ate from the land and not from the sea.

  • I love RAO’s stuff, but isn’t their pasta sauce (and most jarred) a bit high in sodium? I guess that’s a problem with many jarred products, though. I guess it’s also the portion.amount
    used per meal, though. I notice things like canned chili are usually sky-high in sodium, or nearly so. The pesto is probably a better choice for frequent pasta meals, although that
    is sometimes high in sodium as well.

  • So, I get that you are being sponsored but that makes it just your own personal take on what you believe to be a Mediterranean diet which of course is fine.

    However, it’s all pre packaged and processed food regardless, which isn’t what a true mediterranean diet is all about at all.

    They cook from scratch, they eat lots of fruit and vegshop at local markets, eat fresh fish and meat, olive oil, their treats are not processed cookies, have you seen the pastries in France?? Whilst they may be made with butter and sugar they are made fresh, here is the difference between the US. Their bread is also not processed.

    It’s not at all authentic and really shouldn’t be classed as following a Mediterranean diet. All you’ve done is get sponsored so that people purchase these pre packaged meals.

  • I am from Spain and I have to say that I have never seen these thing in a mediterranean diet������ However, i loved the video!!! Maybe you should try it again in other video (just an excuse to see another video)

  • Hmmm i want to see what Posey sees everyday lol and I would love to know Julia Roberts diet please. Lol only if you’re cool with that. I like to leave suggestions but it feels like I’m being demanding or something. Ha ha ha

  • Yes! I just started this diet for fertility and overall health! You gave me so many ideas for recipies. Side note….tomatoes ARE the devil

  • You are so entertaining! I accidentally began watching and then couldn’t stop! Thanks for giving us all some joy! I LOVE your kitty…please tell me what breed that is as I want one!! Thank you!

  • I was recommended this diet too lower my blood sugar and wanted something I could maintain as a permenant life. Your review was so encouraging.

  • I am Italian but I think that her version was quite fine. I mean, she doesn’t live in the Mediterranean area, so of course there are some variations.
    Also, I follow a Mediterranean diet but I eat salmon (once a week usually) and chocolate chip cookies occasionally, let alone avocado! Everything can be imported nowadays so I think that the Mediterranean diet is just a balanced diet comprising carbs, proteins and fats.

  • A tip from my Lebanese grandfather. Keep some of the juice from the beans and when the mixture gets thick you can just splash in a bit of that without it drastically altering the flavor. Adding just a tad bit of salt with also help bring the flavor out.

  • Did anyone else feel like that blender sounded like a UFO from the twilight zone lol �� I’m almost asleep so I guess that didn’t help

  • I’m from Spain and instead of discussing if that was more or less Mediterranean, what’s clear to me is that you reduced the intake of sugar and processed fat.
    Perhaps too much wine?
    10:48 That’s only too true! Mediterranean diet = + cooking and processed food
    Another thing that strikes me is how Americans love packaged food. if you go Mediterranean then + fresh food and packaged food.

  • Omg you look exactly like my cousin!!

    And have a very similar character too! So awesome. Subscribed! P.S. Never stop being you! So bubbly and funny and energetic.

  • It is so cool that Blue Apron does Mediterranean diet!!!!! I just got a cook book from the library. It is supposed to be the healthiest diet around to folllow! This is the first video I have watched from you. Do you still incorperate it into your daily meals? Do you only use olive oil to cook?

  • Red wine is alcohol and being said is healthy, it’s just winemakers myth. Alcohol harms your brain, liver, kidney…
    it makes you look older. Instead, eat whole grapes in moderation, because grapes are like sugar bags, high in sugar and low in fiber.

  • wine + watermelon?? guuuuurl you wanna die? hahah my latin family was always really strict on that rule, it’s like and old wives tale, if u eat watermelon and drink wine it will turn into a rock in your stomach and u die, scientifically proven by all latin americans.

  • How tf have you lived on earth this long and yet these videos are so poor? Everytime! It’s like you don’t read the comments? Do 20 minutes of research first. Just 20 minutes Jesus. “I put olive oil in a cookie so now it’s Mediterranean” Jesus ��

  • People make fun if new diet but this basically IT. Corona is caused by eating snakes. Y’all listen to bible genesis diet = live long

  • I’m sorry I don’t watch diet videos people with double chins and cats. You look like you’re on medication just being honest. Stick to just teaching the diet and go work out please you’re fat. Loss the cat PLEASE we don’t care about your cat.

  • Guys just for your info farmed salmon fish is one of the most toxic fish that exist…. in generally all farmed fishes are not good for your health. And this Mediterranean diets look stupid….. we eat a lot of home grown food/vegetables/fruits, fishes that are hunted (remember no farmed fish!!!!), natural yogurts, etc and afcorse some wine on top:) you just nead to find all that things in your locally environment…..and thats your #1 Mediterranean Diet.

  • A for effort, but here’s a few Greek notes:
    -almond butter is not a typical product of the area. Nut butters are relatively new to us.
    -avocado is only available for the last 5 -10 years. Mostly imported from South America/Africa. It is trending now, I guess.
    olive oil choc chip cookies? LOL, why. They set you up for failure.
    kale is not a thing in the Mediterranean
    Salmon is available, but imported. A typical fish here is e.g. gilt-head bream.

    A very healthy Meditteranean habit you may like, is the mixed veggie or legume dishes, prepared in a single pot. In the summer, try e.g. ratatouille-style dishes (roast zucchini, eggplants, potatos), or green peas with artichoke hearts (plus carrots, potatos, dill). In the winter, white bean soup, lentile soup, or chickpea soup. Plenty of recipes online.Use chopped onion in all of the above, and eat with feta cheese.

  • I’m with an Italian they use marinara but not that often also for thoes like who can’t have acidity I use pureed butternut squash and carrot and bell pepper I make it with olive oil and oat milk and goat cheese then sautee onions and garlic salt pepper italian seasoning fresh herbs and panako bread crumbs it’s delicious

  • Whole 30 is only 30 days long, how is that a lifestyle? Is it just because you have to change literally everything about the way we eat to do it haha.

  • Whilst it is not an exact mediterranean diet, it was a great attempt so good job Candace. Next time you may decide to try again the med diet, it would suggest going for more traditional dishes and even explore country by country cuisine as the diet and recipes can vary greatly.

  • I enjoyed the video but this is NOT a Mediterranean diet, mostly because of ingredients that you cannot find in the Mediterranean zone like avocado and salmon. Chocolate chip cookies are not Mediterranean at all lmao. I think I’ve never seen a smoothie in Mediterranean zone too. Also kombucha?

  • Everyone saying avocados are new to Europe, I’m 26 and my mum’s been eating them my whole life. But we’re in Ireland so maybe they just didn’t take of in southern Europe?

  • I live in Greece and its pretty easy to eat healthy here because lots of people grew up eating that way. So I dont blame Americans for being obese and that its hard for them to start eating healthy! Its hard to change your lifestyle but believe me if you start decreasing unhealthy food you will slowly get used to that and wont crave it anymore!

  • I’m glad this diet worked for you! Seems like a very good way to eat, and relatively healthy. However, the red wine part is most definitely not healthy. I suggest you read this: https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2018/04/did-drinking-give-me-breast-cancer/

  • I love your food videos but I always wish there was a little more detail, like at least a picture or clip of every meal and a breakdown of each day on the diet! Even if that made the video a bit longer I’d definitely watch it!!

  • I’m from Southern Europe, Balkans, to be precise. Tuna and salmon are the least Mediterranean fish. Of course we have stupid tuna but there are other fish out there. If people are going to try that stupid diet they should do some damn research what that shit means.

    But most importantly, does wine stain white cat fur? How do you get it out in a less than a day? No reason.

    Hummus is really Middle Eastern. Not really Mediterranean. I realize much of Middle East is part of Mediterranean but hummus is Middle East specific. Mediterranean diet is not just Middle Eastern diet.

  • Food looked so good. Your cat is so adorable. My cat for some reason. never got on my shoulder. I’m also tired of the you tube drama. Trying to get away from it. lol.

  • Next time do the Mediterranean diet, instead of this new york adapted version of..well I have no idea smoothies?? American idea to pile on sugar, eat your fruit. Cookies? To lose weight, not yet dear… gallon of wine? Missed the point there.. where is all the veg?? it should be 80-90% of the meal, a little accompanyment of meat, wine and carbs. Try again.

  • Love your videos and love your content in general. It was a fun and well-made video BUT this is really not Mediterranean diet, we use waaaay more veggies, meat, seafood and fish (usually not salmon, although it’s available at the supermarket and it’s full of healthy fats which are aligned with out diet, it’s just not something you’ll find in our sea), bread pasta and HERBS…I mean a LOT of herbs! no avocado hummus, most likely chickpeas hummus(taken from our neighbors middle eastern Countries). And no cookies, we have so so so many desserts and treats but cookies is something we have imported and learned from northern Europe/USA
    I really hope you’ll go soon in one of our beautiful Countries in the Mediterrean, I live now in NYC and I’m from Italy, I miss the food SO MUCH.

  • dear Candace,
    I’ve noticed this with a couple of your videos relating to diets
    I really don’t think you have put enough research into the diets you make videos about.
    Personally you are eating foods that are not traditionally even part of the Mediterranean diet such as avocado, and cookies.
    I didn’t see a large amount of olive oil, enough fish, or vegetables.
    You also forgot the fact of where the Mediterranean diet came from. Which was inspired from the men of the 1950s from a special place in Greece.
    I feel like this information would’ve helped your video and brought more authenticity.
    This video doesn’t really look Mediterranean. It looks american inspired by the Blue Apron, your sponser.
    I’m not writing this out of hate. But this is a suggestion because I would argue this is on the border of false advertising

  • Hey, hey, hey, I’m from Italy and I have to say some things:
    ⚪ avocado is imported, it’s not a Mediterranean fruit! (Almost nobody eats it here)
    ⚪cookies are an American food, we don’t eat chocolate chip cookies as a normal thing
    ⚪salmon is a North European typical fish. We have other fishes

  • Many thanks, I been tryin to find out about “how to reduce heart attack” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about Meyhristian Astounded Mastery (do a google search )?

    It is a great one off guide for discovering how to deal with heart disease minus the headache. Ive heard some amazing things about it and my neighbour got excellent results with it.

  • “Pasta is not a main, but a side dish”
    Ehm… Nope, not really. At least in Italy.
    I mean we just have a different division of courses. We have antipasti (starters), then we have primo and secondo, which are two courses, but they are both considered as main courses. I mean, I could very well eat a primo OR a secondo as a main course, or I could eat both of them and consider them both as main courses. If you ask an Italian person, they’ll never tell you that pasta is a side dish.

  • I really dont like chick peas and lentil. But can I use other legumes instead. I live in Mexico and they have so many varieties of yummy beans

  • Sea bass, sea bream and red mullet are more commonly eaten in Mediterranean region of Turkey. Sea bream with garden rocket and tomato salad or mediterranean lettuce and tomato salad, and with fermented purple carrot juice is my favourite dinner.

  • Ok so I know I’m tardy the party here but THANK YOU for making a more authentic Mediterranean “what I eat in a day”, not one laden with dairy, pastas, breads, and Americanized “Italian” foods! I’ve been searching for a video just like this and I’m so grateful to have found this! Awesome recipes I’m going to try for sure!

  • This is more of an American vegetarian, gluten free Mediterranean diet. I’ve traveled a lot in the Mediterranean, and have many Greek friends, and to say they do not eat meat often, and only fish twice per week is not at all accurate. They eat smaller portions of meat, chicken, sausage, organ meats, and lamb than we would, but it is part of the daily menu. And they live by the sea, so they eat cold seafood salads of squid, octopus, and other types of fish. And, of course, they eat fish. The wonderful thing about Mediterranean is that they eat a little of this and a little of that diversity of foods is the thing. They often eat salads that contain 6 -8 ingredients. Much of the food is fresh; however they cook many stews that are simmered and served from noon till evening. Beans are used in salads, stews and soups. The real key is to eat as fresh as possible, and to eat 25 30 different foods each day. Rotate foods through a 3 week cycle buy different foods and color each week. There are many nutrients in food that science does not know about, and when foods are combined even in small quantities, they seem to compliment the body’s ability to utilize the most nutrition from their food. One more thing; they are not at restrictive and at war with their food as Americans and they live a more relaxed life style. In the U.S. people are so restrictive in their diets now, that one wonders what is left to eat and what nutrients they cheat their bodies from. I know a number of restrictive eaters who are going on 10 or so years of this type of eating; honestly they seem unhealthy and they lack stamina and muscle when this is done over time.

  • I’m from the Mediterranean, from Spain is true that we eat a lot of veggies and legums but we eat more than 3 times per week fish and we never eat pasta or rice for dinner.

  • Cant believe people actually give a shit what you eat. Who fucking cares. I am from the Mediterranean. I dont know any one that eats fucking yogurt. Why did you tube recommend this garbage to me

  • I follow the Mediterranean way of eating. I don’t eat vegan, but I have really decreased my meat. I see a lot of American Youtube videos, which claim to be Mediterranean and have few veggies, drives me nuts. Yes, my pastas now are mostly veggies and lots of olive oil:D. I like the looks of the of that lunch, looks wonderful.

  • I’m part Moroccan and yeah as Mediterraneans we eat veggie heavy meals with tons of olive oil. It’s so interesting how all of the Mediterranean shares a similar diet yet each country is rather different culturally speaking! Great video by the way <3

  • Just found out I have autoimmune hepatisis. I have other autoimmune disorders so this is just another issue ill have to deal with. But was told to follow a mediterranean diet. This has me excited

  • Is Custokebon Secrets helpful to lost tons of weight? I have learn a lot of good stuff about Custokebon Secrets (just search it on google).

  • Nice video. Having an Italian grandma and been to Italy and surrounding countries, they do not generally have pasta as a side but as an appetiser.
    Looks yummy.

  • I just started this diet!! I am also celiac & dairy intolerant so I have to replace all of my pastas with gluten free alternatives �� and can’t have any dairy (unless it’s an alternative). ❤️ so excited

  • Cappuccino MCT It looks like a great program to help people lose weight.
    I was just looking for some option before I made my decision By the way,
    I love the content you been posting lately!
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  • Ty! Hate healthy food, always just exercised. Broke my leg, 8 months in bed gained 40 lbs. Forced to diet, felt clueless and overwhelmed but a few med diet videos give hope. You ladies look healthy and beautiful and your presentation is easygoing. Ty ty my heart and blood pressure say God bless you!

  • Thanks for sharing. Those dishes look delicious. I have recently started a Mediterranean diet to help with symptoms of cfs. I have been doing it for about 4 days now. I am ready notice a difference in my chronic pain.

  • All of that looks amazing! I am going to make all of that!! Artichoke hearts are my favorite! Buying them frozen is exactly what I do as well cause you can do so much with them! Thanks for sharing!

  • I got some Turkish recipes with veggies stuffed with grains like you said in the video:


    When my mom makes them, it tastes SO good. I hope you try it!

  • Oh that pasta �� ��❤️!!!
    Jackson! All the chewing for 1 string of pasta cracked me up ��������❤️��❤️��❤️
    Every time I want to shed a few pounds I eat on small salad plates and only have one serving. Does the trick every time ����

  • Fier de t’annoncer que Jack a perdu un autre 11 lbs en vacances �� et couper insuline de moitié…crois avoir trouver le bon équilibre ����

  • Fennel looked so good! I’m hoping my Co-Op has some on Friday when I go. Where do you find watercress at? I have a hard time finding it.