Feta cheese on your table

Ingredients for “Feta cheese on our table” 500gr feta cheese 1/2 class of Cretanthos Bio Early Harvest dry oregano Instructions: Place the feta cheese on a plate. Continue by cutting it into strips. Then put the Cretanthos Bio Early Harvest olive oil on top so that it goes everywhere. Furthermore rub plenty of dry oregano to give aroma.Feta…

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Good fats and their role in our diet

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Heart patients and the olive oil in their diet

Heart patients and the olive oil in their diet Cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death worldwide, can be prevented in largely with a healthy lifestyle. The current recommendations underline the importance of dietary standards including healthy sources dietary fats, such as those high in unsaturated fats and low in saturated fat. The cardioprotective properties…

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Mediterranean Diet & Diabetes

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Mediterranean diet and Arthritis

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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 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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