Omelet with broccoli

Omelet with broccoli We will need: Cretanthos Bio Early Harvest olive oil small pieces of broccoli 1 onion cut into washer 5 eggs 5 tablespoons milk oregano salt pepper Implementation: Put in a non-stick frying pan 3 tablespoons of Cretanthos Bio Early Harvest olive oil, broccoli and onion, stirring for 2-3 minutes. In a bowl,…

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Olive oil polyphenols against Alzheimer’s disease

By Dietitian – Nutritionist Danae Petropoulou OLIVE OIL POLYPHENOLS AND THEIR ACTION AS PROMISING FACTORS AGAINST ALZHEIMER DISEASE INTRODUCTION The beneficial effects of the Mediterranean Diet in preventing diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, age-related cognitive impairment, and aging are well known. Many of these positive qualities are the result of eating fruits, seeds, legumes…

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Olive oil and weight loss: what do I need to know?

By Dietitian – Nutritionist Natasa Papairakleous Olive oil and weight loss: what do I need to know? Omirus called it “liquid gold”, while Hippocrates had recognized the its healing properties. The reason for olive oil, the basis of the Mediterranean nutrition, which continues to arouse the interest of researchers worldwide, which confirm its beneficial and…

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Olive oil and fertility

By Dietitian – Nutritionist Evelina Konstantinou Olive oil and fertility Fertility is the ability of an organism to reproduce. Unfortunately, in recent years o annual number of births has decreased significantly and continues to have a declining trend.   Infertility – definition, epidemiolog: According to the World Health Organization, infertility is defined as the inability…

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Olive oil – why raw?

By Dietitian – Nutritionist Stavris Mylona Olive oil – why raw? The Mediterranean diet has been at the center of scientific studies for several years because of its enormous health benefits. For example, it has been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, such as reducing the risk of stroke, heart attack, as well…

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Mediterranean Diet and Diabetes

 Mediterranean Diet and Diabetes Dietitian – Nutritionist Fotini Mavropoulou writes to us about Diabetes and the effect of the Mediterranean diet on diabetic patients. What is Diabetes: Diabetes mellitus is a common metabolic disease characterized by high blood glucose (sugar) levels. In diabetes, the body produces less or no insulin or uses insulin inefficiently. Increased…

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Mediterranean diet and cancer prevention

Mediterranean diet and cancer prevention By Dimitra Kyriakopoulou Dietitian – Nutritionist (BSc) Antioxidant foods that we must include in our daily diet. Today’s lifestyle and lack of exercise lead modern man to have increased rates of obesity and the occurrence of metabolic syndrome, thus increasing the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer. sedentary lifestyle, alcohol…

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Mediterranean diet and Arthritis

By Dietitian – Nutritionist Anna Matsagoura Mediterranean diet and Arthritis The relationship between diet and health has been established since ancient times. Hippocrates with the well-known phrase “Let your medicine become your food and your food to be your medicine” states this truth in a sentence. The Mediterranean Diet (MD) has been proven to be…

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