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By Bill Bradley, R.D.
A magnificent salad has a lot going on, layered full of flavors with a surprise in every bite. It keeps you excited throughout and leaves you fully satisfied when you are done. This seared mushroom salad with blue cheese and arugula mixes the tender meatiness of warm mushrooms with the crispy crunch of arugula and croutons. The dressing is pure balsamic vinegar which blends perfectly with salty blue cheese and tomatoes. I like to eat this salad for lunch with a thick slice of multi-grain sourdough bread.Read more →
By George Zikos
This traditional Mediterranean Diet meal plan will show you foods that the people of the Mediterranean ACTUALLY eat. These recipes are very traditional foods from their respective countries and are eaten from childhood. Children from these countries grow up loving vegetables and beans because they are cooked in a delicious way, with lots of olive oil, fresh herbs, citrus, and aromatic spices.Read more →
Foods of Crete Cook Book
A cookbook from the “heart” of the Mediterranean Diet
Do you want to eat like the healthiest people in the world?
In the 1960’s, the Greek island of Crete had the highest longevity rates in the world, the men lived to be the same age as the women and researchers could only find one man on the island who had heart disease.
In our cookbook, Foods of Crete: Traditional Recipes from the Healthiest People in the World you will find over 110 delectable recipes by Koula Barydakis, a chef and cooking teacher from the island and a guide to eating the Mediterranean diet by Bill Bradley, Registered Dietician.
The Guest HouseBy George Zikos
Rhodes is the island of the sun, having over 300 days of sun annually. The Mediterranean diet is in full force here, with the olive tree being cultivated since ancient times. There are citrus trees and vineyards, beautiful wildflowers everywhere, and an array of wild herbs and greens growing out of the fertile Rhodian soil. […]Read more →
Bill’s BlogBy Bill Bradley, R.D.
Let’s face it, constipation is no fun. It is uncomfortable, painful and can be dangerous if it goes on too long. Luckily, most cases of constipation can be solved with a change in diet and exercise (for severe constipation, you should see your doctor). Some of my favorite recipes just happen to be excellent at relieving constipation. These are dishes that are high in fiber, fruits, vegetables and olive oil.Read more →