Healthy Eating the Mediterranean Way



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There is no single definition for how to eat the Mediterranean way, but it is traditionally a diet that includes lots of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, nuts, seeds and healthy fats, such as olive oil. A Mediterranean-style diet has limited intake of red meat, but includes other protein sources such as fish, eggs, poultry and beans. Overall, this way of eating has been shown to promote health and prevent chronic diseases, such as heart disease.

During this webinar, Valerie Machinist, Manager of Nutrition Services at Community Servings and a registered dietician with over 20 years of experience as a dietician, nutritionist and health educator, will review the basics of eating a Mediterranean-style diet, as well as demonstrate how preparing these healthy foods can be simple and affordable.

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