By Robert J. Matthews
Adhering to the Mediterranean diet entails substituting herbs and seasonings for salt shakers when flavoring food, for the most part.
If salt is truly necessary, add it to the food after it has been cooked and tasted; this will give you greater control over the amount added and ensure that you only use the necessary amount.
Numerous individuals consume hastily while seated in front of a computer or other electronic device.
The Mediterranean diet emphasizes convivial dining with loved ones and devoting time to savoring one's meal.
Simply enjoying your food and taking the time to consume mindfully are principles that this diet promotes.
Large portions are the last thing that can derail the Mediterranean diet, or any weight loss program for that matter.
While three servings of whole grain pasta may be permissible as a component of a nutritious Mediterranean diet, they still contain several hundred calories on their own.
In this manner, you consume a greater variety of food groups while also controlling your pasta intake.