What is the Mediterranean diet?
« The Mediterranean diet is based on the consumption of cereals, legumes, nuts, fruits and vegetables, fish and extra virgin olive oil. The nutritional model of the Mediterranean diet is inspired by the traditional dietary patterns of the peoples of the Mediterranean, and since 2010 UNESCO has inscribed the Mediterranean diet as the immaterial heritage of mankind, recognizing members of this heritage in Italy, Spain, Greece and Morocco. Extended to Cyprus, Croatia and Portugal »
To adopt this Mediterranean diet you should:
- Avoiding industrialized products;
- Consume fish;
- Olive oil and good fats;
- Whole Foods;
- Fruits and vegetables;
- Milk and skimmed milk products;
The consumption of nuts is also present in this diet, the pine nuts being extremely rich in nutrients, composed of several elements essential for the care of our cardiovascular system and the health of our brain, are rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins and among Other nutrients, strengthen our immune system thus helping to naturally increase defenses, protect our heart and increase fertility.
In the case of high cholesterol levels, the regular consumption of pine nuts due to their richness in fatty acids is a coadjutant of the reestablishment and cholesterol balance. In addition, pine nuts provide interesting fiber values, being a perfect food for constipation, both as prevention and as a treatment, also ideal for vegetarians.
Pinions are still wonderful for couples who dream of having children, thanks to their composition rich in zinc, are an essential nutrient for the proper functioning of sperm.
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(Source: « Benefits of pine nuts, nuts with many properties », Natursan / (2008, September 08) « The pinion, a treasure of the Mediterranean diet », Vitonica / « Mediterranean Diet », Nucis).