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Benefits of Mediterranean Wellness & Diet


What is Mediterranean Wellness & Diet?

When we think about the Mediterranean, our thoughts shift to the holiday, the sun, the sea and the delicious food. However, the talk on Mediterranean wellness, which contributes to the good health, and longevity of the Greeks, are often overlooked. When we talk about Mediterranean wellness, we look into the holistic approach of food, physical well-being, mental and emotional wellness.

We believe that Mediterranean wellness is a journey, not a destination.

Mediterranean diet


For 6 years in a row, the Mediterranean diet has earned the title of best overall diet, according to 2023 ratings by the U.S. News & World Report. The Mediterranean diet focuses on a well-balanced diet, which is beneficial for our health in the long run. It prioritises fresh produces and for animal protein, fishes that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, chicken and turkey. The Mediterranean lifestyle also emphasises on aspects of your life other than your diet. We look at the 3 components that make up the Mediterranean lifestyle.


1. Making changes to your diet

Incorporating the Mediterranean diet pyramid in your meals by reducing your red meat and focusing on increasing your whole food intake.

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2. Share your meal with family and friends

A big part of the Mediterranean wellness focuses on ensuring you have a community. Sharing a meal together with your family and friends creates a bond that can have a profound effect on your mood and mental health while fostering a deep appreciation of eating healthy and delicious foods.

3. Engaging in a healthy lifestyle

Just ensuring you eat well isn’t enough to maintain your health. Ensuring that you keep active plays an important role as well. If starting with a fitness regime from the get-go sounds daunting, start small by accumulating 10,000 steps per day as a form of low impact, moderate intensity exercise with a range of health benefits and few risks.

Sources : Greek Food News, Medical News Today, New York Times, Harvard, USCF

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