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blue zone recipes and the Mediterranean Diet of Ikaria

Blue Zone Recipes and the Mediterranean Diet of Ikaria

What sets Ikarians apart, even from other nonagenarians around the world, is that they live well – with little cancer, cardiovascular disease, dementia, or other age-related ailments – drinking wine, enjoying sex, walking, gardening, and socializing, in other words, being very much alive, in their veritable, modern-day Shangri-La. Since 2008, a battery of scientists, journalists, demographers, and others has been trying to figure out the secrets to this seeming paradise. Food, lifestyle, and such a deep-rooted disregard for living by the clock that there is really no stress have all, somehow, played a role in giving Ikarians good, long lives.

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Mediterranean Winter Soups

7 Mediterranean Winter Soups To Keep You Warm

Soups and stews from the Mediterranean are flavored with a variety of herbs and spices that produce amazing aromas when they are being cooked. The soups included here are traditional recipes from Spain, Morocco, Greece and Italy. Most of them are incredibly simple and inexpensive to make. As always, we found that each of these winter soups is super scrumptious. Stay warm and enjoy!

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Mediterranean Diet Recipe

Traditional Moroccan Couscous Recipe (Video)

As with most recipes, technique is important. In this video, Alia and her Grandmother show step by step how to make traditional couscous.

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