BBC News – Mediterranean diet keeps people ‘genetically young’
… and it is delicious! Following a Mediterranean diet might be a recipe for a long life because it appears to keep people genetically younger, say US researchers. Its mix of vegetables, olive oil, fresh fish and fruits may stop our DNA code from scrambling as we age, according to a study in the British…
Head on down to the City Market to stock up on ingredients for this healthy Mediterranean Diet
Mediterranean Diet for Better Health People who live in the Mediterranean region (the 16 countries that border the Mediterranean Sea) have historically enjoyed a higher life expectancy and lower rates of heart disease. What’s their secret? Continue reading … Mediterranean Diet for Better Health — University of Virginia Health System – Live Red.
Seedling to Supper Table – Monticello’s Farms, Gardens, & Cookery – Senior Center | Mediterranean diet?
Thomas Jefferson’s diet might today be called “Mediterranean.” – lots of fruits and veggies, little meat. “FROM SEEDLING TO SUPPER TABLE: Monticello’s Farms, Gardens, & Cookery” Thursdays, May 22-June 26, 6:00-7:30 pm Explore Jeffersonian agriculture and food preparation with experts Peter J. Hatch and Leni Sorensen. Details about topics and information about our presenters is on…
Smart Fat Choices Protect Your Brain – Tufts University
A Mediterranean-style diet looks better and better! Smart Fat Choices Protect Your Brain Eating fish, olive oil and nuts instead of red meat and butter might be a menu plan for protecting your memory. Besides calories, a key difference between those dietary choices is the type of fats they contain. Fish, especially salmon and Continue reading…
Mediterranean-Style Diet Protects Brain | MJH – Nutrition
I’m getting ready for a new Coursera MOOC, Social Psychology – Wesleyan University, so I am starting to think about brain fitness again. Here is good news for all of us who love to eat a rainbow!