The olive oil-based diet appears to derive many of its health benefits not only from the beneficial monounsaturated lipids but also from the olive oil's Polyphemus.
Principally characterized by its high vegetable intake is the Mediterranean diet. Each day, Greeks ingest nearly one pound of vegetables.
The focus of the Mediterranean diet is whole foods. That does not mean you must prepare every meal from scratch, but mastering two to three fundamental dishes will significantly improve your diet.
Regarding the traditional Greek diet, for religious purposes, the Greeks abstained from animal products approximately 200 days per year.
There are frequently vegetarian-heavy meals accompanied by a substantial amount of meat in healthy dietary recommendations. Reducing meat consumption is associated with improved health