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Featured RecipeBy Mary Devinat
These small French tuna patties are quick to make and require only ingredients that you probably already have. Don’t worry if you have most of the ingredients, but are missing one or two. Tuna patties adapt to what you have, especially with herbs.Read more →
Olive Oil Could Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease By Nearly 20% – Plus Seven Recipes That Use Olive Oil Instead of ButterBy Winter LeBlanc
In recent years, Americans have begun incorporating more olive oil as a butter substitute in their diets and the heart healthy effects are beginning to show. A new study shows that men and women from the U.S. who consumed higher amounts of olive oil benefitted from lower instances of heart disease. By incorporating more olive oil into our diets we have the potential to protect our hearts.Read more →
Mediterranean Recipes for Busy People
The Mediterranean Diet Weight Loss Program
You’ll learn all about the latest research and how the Mediterranean Diet is more than a diet — it’s an evidence-based healthy living lifestyle that makes losing and keeping the weight off easy. Learn more →
Everything you need to start eating and living the Mediterranean Way
The Mediterranean Way 10 Week Diet & Lifestyle program comes with everything you need
to easily and deliciously get the benefits of the proven healthy Mediterranean diet. Learn more →
Original 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, RD.
Foods of Crete E-Book Edition
“Not only is the book very clear and instructive but the recipes and the ensuing results are colorful, vibrant and great to share with friends. Cooking hasn’t been this much fun for quite sometime… and it’s healthy!!”
“I have already made a few of the recipes in this book and they all turned out wonderful, and I’m no gourmet chef. This book makes it easy to enjoy authentic Cretan cuisine, and best of all, most of it is very healthy. I would recommend this book to everyone!” — Dee
Featured VideoBy George Zikos
Potatoes are a food staple in Crete. My uncle, who lives in a small Cretan village, has a large plot of land dedicated just to potatoes. He grows enough potatoes for the entire year for his family. His basement is literally filled with potatoes, (covered with flour to help preserve them). When I lived in Crete with my aunt and uncle, we ate potatoes practically every day. My aunt would roast them in the oven, put them in stews, boil them for Horta, and, of course, make olive oil french fries.Read more →
Bill’s BlogBy Bill Bradley, R.D.
After my mom died, I started overeating. One meal in particular stands out in my memory. My extended family and I were all at an Indian restaurant and I ordered a full meal and then started eating everyone else’s leftovers. I was stuffing my grief. Even before my mom died, I was struggling with my weight, but after she died I gained 20 more pounds and was the heaviest I had ever been in my life (256 pounds when I got married a year later).Read more →