the Summer that changed my Diet

Huber, Lia
August 2007
Prevention;Aug2007, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p172
The author discusses her experience of living in Greece with her fiancé's family and eating a traditional Greek diet, which she found to be healthy and nutritious. She offers tips for a nutritionally based diet that includes eating fresh foods, switching from butter and margarine to olive oil, and focusing on vegetables. Recipes for traditional Greek meals and their nutritional information are provided.


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