How to Lose Weight Fast. Tons of studies, especially the huge multicenter 4-year clinical trials conducted by the group PREDIMED, have shown that apart from being highly effective for weight loss, the Mediterranean diet can also improve one’s overall health. Learn more about what U.S. News & World Report called the “Easiest Diet to Follow” and the “Best Diet Overall” in 2018 to get the body of your dreams in no time and with little effort.
What’s the idea of the Mediterranean diet 1:00
What foods you should eat 1:58
What foods you should avoid 3:37
What drinks you can have 4:24
7-Day meal plan 4:54
How long should you stick to the diet for 10:30
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-All you’ve gotta do is consume more olive oil, fruits, and vegetables, take it a bit easier on the dairy, and try to stick to low consumption of non-fish meat products.
-You can and should eat healthy unprocessed Mediterranean foods, including vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds, legumes, whole grains, fish, poultry, dairy products, herbs and spices, and healthy fats.
-You should strictly avoid added sugar, refined grains, trans fats, refined oils, processed meat and highly-processed products that are usually labelled as “low-fat” or “diet”.
-The best choice when it comes to drinks is a simple glass of water. But the Mediterranean diet actually doesn’t mind moderate amounts of wine too.
-You can use a sample 7-day meal plan to create your own Mediterranean eating habits. The best foods to have for breakfast are Greek plain yogurt, oatmeal, eggs, or grapefruit with toast. Spinach salad, hummus, pita, tuna salad, lentil soup, turkey or grilled mushrooms all make an excellent diet lunch. Chicken, grilled salmon or trout, mussels, chili, or Mediterranean pizza are perfect for dinner. You can also have an optional glass of wine with it.
-It’s better to stick to the Mediterranean diet for four weeks if you wanna see better results.
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