About Me:Montaser Masoud
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Mediterranean Tabs .BY Chef Montaser Masoud
People who live in the area around the Mediterranean Sea
have been found to have a lower risk of heart disease.
Research studies show that when people in other parts of
the world eat a diet similar to that eaten in Mediterranean
countries, they reduce their risk of heart disease.
The Mediterranean diet contains large amounts of fruit,
vegetables, and vegetarian proteins, moderate amounts of
whole grains, and small amounts of red meat. Regular use
of fish, olive oil, and nuts makes this diet higher in fat than
the classic “heart healthy diet”, but the fat is mostly
unsaturated, which can be good for the heart. The pyramid
to the left and the chart below describe types and amounts
of foods found in a heart healthy Mediterranean diet.
Getting enough physical activity is very important. Start with 30-60 minutes of moderate exercise 5 times a
week. Moderate exercise includes activities like walking, biking, or swimming.
Weight Control - While eating higher amounts of unsaturated fat in the Mediterranean diet can be heart
healthy, large portion sizes may lead to increased calorie intake and weight gain. If you are trying to lose
weight, choose fewer servings from each food group, and make sure your serving sizes match those listed.