New Mediterranean Diet Resource Focuses on Rapid Weight Loss and Natural Health

Time-tested and proven Mediterranean diet improves overall well-being brings myriad of benefits including decreased inflammation and blueprint for living healthier life and rapid weight loss.

New York, United States - February 8, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Well Natural Health, a top resource for individuals looking to become a better version of themselves offering valuable information on mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing, is focusing on a time-tested and proven way to improve overall health via showcasing The Mediterranean Diet. Not only a weight control plan that “overloads the taste buds” with some of the most flavorful foods in the world, the diet has become one of the most sustainable ways to decrease inflammation and live an overall healthier life.

“The Mediterranean Diet is one of the healthiest diets in existence, and we don’t really refer to it as a ‘diet’ as much as a way of life,” explains a Well Natural Health senior staff member. “People living along the Mediterranean coast have been living this lifestyle for centuries; as a result, it has earned the reputation of being a powerful prevention tool, as well.”

According to Well Natural Health, The Mediterranean Diet focuses on the consumption of high quantities of fruits and vegetables, a moderate amount of “good” fats found in olive oil and fatty fish, a good measure of whole grains/seeds/nuts and an occasional helping of poultry and red meat. What’s more, based on a study published in the Annual Review of Public Health in 2013, Well Natural Health found sufficient evidence to support the health benefits of diets “rich in plant sources of protein and fats, fish, whole grains, nuts and fruits/vegetables; that avoid partially-hydrogenated fats and that limit red meat and refined carbohydrates.”

Among the chief benefits The Mediterranean Diet brings to weight-conscious populations are a low carbohydrate intake (so there’s no feelings of hunger or depravity), protection from diabetes, reduced stress, enhanced mood, better heart health, improved cognitive health, cancer defense, glowing skin, longevity and agility.

The Mediterranean Diet is based on the food of several different regions, with the basic constitution of the plan comprised of vegetables, tubers (potatoes, yams, etc.), legumes (lentils, chickpeas, peanuts, etc.), herbs and spices, fruits, whole grains, nuts/seeds, healthy fats (olive oil, olives, et al), fish/seafood, dairy, poultry/eggs and red meat.

A full summary of the Mediterranean diet including recipes, ingredients and overall diet guidelines can be found here:

https://wellnaturalhealth.com/the-mediterranean-diet-simple-diet-guide-for-rapid-weight-loss/

Contact Info:
Name: Diane Wentz
Organization: Well Natural Health
Address: 30 Broad Street, New York, NY 10004, United States
Website: http://wellnaturalhealth.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 480537

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