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Mediterranean Diet Cookbook for Dummies

3.88 of 5 stars 3.88  ·  rating details  ·  56 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Improve your health, lose weight, and prevent and fight diseaseFor decades, doctors and nutritional experts have observed and confirmed that Mediterranean countries have much lower occurrences of hypertension, cardiovascular disease, obesity, cancer, and diabetes in their citizens than northern European countries and the United States. "The Mediterranean Diet For Dummies" ...more
ebook, 384 pages
Published October 7th 2011 by For Dummies (first published September 29th 2011)
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Lee Anne
My husband's doctor recommended the Mediteranean diet for him after by-pass surgery, so I bought several cookbooks to learn how to cook this way. This is a great book for someone who knows nothing about this diet. It explains the diet, gives you a sample menu, and has some great recipes.
I've no idea how to rate it compared to anything else as it's the first For Dummies book I've read, and the first health guide / cookbook I've read (yes, I've skimmed cookbooks, and I have a few on my shelf, but I've never 'read' any).

So, um, this had some useful information and tips about the principles of slowing down a busy schedule, walking & playing more, and eating more produce, legumes, and whole grains. And there are a couple of dozen recipes I want to try.

But more photos or sketch
Nathan Lively
I follow Wendy Jo Peterson on Twitter (@FuelinRoadie) because she is the the only nutritionist I’ve come across who works specifically with musicians and live event crew. As part of my series on food and drink at work, I decided to review her book, Mediterranean Diet Cookbook For Dummies. The few things I know about cooking I picked up from friends and family, and this is the first cookbook that I’ve owned and used. It’s easy to read; each recipe is simple and straightforward, requiring only a f ...more
Elizabeth Johnson
Very well-balanced overview of the Mediterranean lifestyle. Great introduction, and includes some good recipes. Highly recommended as a jumping-off point for learning about the benefits and how-tos of a Mediterranean diet.
Good basic info. Lots of recipes for every meal, snacks and desserts!
My husband loves eating this way!
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Meri Raffetto, RD, is a registered dietitian and recognized professional in nutrition and wellness.

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