Get everything you need to know to transform your health with the Mediterranean diet.
Whether you're looking to lose weight or transform your health, The Complete Idiot' Guide to the Mediterranean Diet is the only guide any beginner will need to get started with this life-changing diet. The Mediterranean diet is widely considered to be one of the healthiest diets on the planet, and but people often don't know how to get started on it, or understand exactly what they can and can't eat. This straightforward guide will give you everything you need to know to get started and stick with this amazing diet that can transform your health.
Here's what you'll find inside:
Everything you need to know about the Mediterranean diet, including how it works, the key components, and the health benefits, as well as how the Mediterranean diet stacks up against other popular diets
More than 75 delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes-each with complete nutritional breakdowns
The basics you need to know to get started with the diet, including how to transition from bad eating habits to healthy habits, how to shop for key ingredients and stock your pantry and fridge, and how to cook the Mediterranean way
Detailed chapters on all the food groups and nutrition, including primers on olive oil and other key ingredients
About the Author
Kimberley A. Tessmer, R.D., L.D., has been working as a dietitian since 1992. She owns and operates Nutrition Focus, a consulting practice for weight management, menu development, and other nutrition-related subjects. Kimberley is the author of many books, including Tell Me What To Eat If I Have Celiac Disease, Tell Me What To Eat If I Have Inflammatory Bowel Disease, The No-Wheat Cookbook, Your Nutrition Solution To A Healthy Gut, and others.
Stephanie Green, R.D., is an award-winning registered dietitian, chef, culinary nutrition educator, and author. She also has worked as the chief research nutritionist at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania General Clinical Research Center. She shares her love of cooking seasonal produce in her digital magazine, Green's Cookery, which helps people create nutrient-dense, produce-centric dishes.