Mediterranean Diet is a modern nutritional recommendation, with strong evidence
for beneficial health effect and decreased mortality.
Mediterranean Diet is beneficial for being low in saturated fat and high in monounsaturated fat and dietary fiber.The Mediterranean diet is high in salt content.
One of the main explanations is thought to be the health effects of olive oil included in the Mediterranean Diet.
The principal aspects of Mediterranean diet include high olive oil consumption, high consumption of legumes, high consumption of unrefined cereals, high consumption of fruits, high consumption of vegetables, moderate consumption of dairy products (mostly as cheese and yogurt), moderate to high consumption of fish, low consumption of meat and meat products, moderate wine consumption, plenty of exercise.
Mediterranean diet reduces
* The risk of cancer
* The risk cardiovascular disease
* The risk of developing Parkinson's disease
* The risk of Alzheimer's disease
* Blood pressure
* Blood sugar
Mediterranean diet results in greatest weight loss. Mediterranean diet could protect aging brains from damage linked to cognitive problems. Mediterranean diet could help lower the risk for Alzheimer’s disease and might lengthen the life of those who have the disease. Mediterranean Diet Can Help Prevent a Second Heart Attack. Mediterranean Diet can Improve Bone Health. Mediterranean Diet can increase fertility rates.