Is it just me or does it feel like a new diet trend pops up on the daily? High-fat, low-carb, high-protein, low-sugar; eat small meals throughout the day. No, no, no, eat only three meals a day. What’s a person to do? Buzzworthy, quick-fix trends can saturate an already confusing space.
As an Integrative health coach who has studied over 100 different dietary theories, I’m an advocate for the “one size doesn’t fit all” perspective. What works for one lifestyle, body type, and taste might be a nightmare for another. If you’re looking to commit to a new way of eating, I’d recommend making a list of foods that you naturally crave. Based on those inclinations, you can explore diet recommendations that align; starting with perhaps a Mediterranean diet, a trend that has withstood the test of time.
Incorporating fresh foods that are high in omega-3s, healthy fats, and nutritional value, there’s a reason why the Mediterranean diet was ranked top of the list according to a U.S. News and World Report on diet recommendations.
What does all of this mean for you and your personal health goals? Tune in with registered dietician, Tracy Lockwood Beckerman, as she dives into the top nine benefits of the Mediterranean Diet.
Support your brain, heart, weight management, and more this composite of traditional cooking is worth biting into.