The Mediterranean way

The Mediterranean way of eating promotes foods including:⭐️fresh fruits and vegetables (especially leafy greens like spinach and kale and non-⭐️starchy veggies like eggplant, cauliflower, artichokes, tomatoes and fennel)


⭐️olive oil

⭐️nuts and seeds (like almonds and ⭐️sesame seeds used to make tahini)

⭐️legumes and beans (especially lentils and chickpeas used to make hummus)

herbs and spices (like oregano, rosemary and parsley)

⭐️whole grains

⭐️eating wild-caught fish and seafood at least twice a week

🌟high quality pasture-raised poultry, eggs, cheese, goat milk, and probiotic-rich kefir or yogurt consumed in moderation

⭐️red meat consumed on special occasions or about once weekly

⭐️plenty of fresh water and some coffee or tea

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