Afrodite Loukakou

Mediterranean diet for weight loss (part 2)

January 7, 2015
Mediterranean diet for weight loss

Losing weight seems to be a headache for a large percentage of the population. Very often people trying to lose weight quickly are desperate and turn to alternatives that are very likely to cause problems. At first it must be diagnosed by a specialist if there is indeed a weight problem/issue. The most popular tool […]

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Greek Salad: the Mediterranean diet on a plate

September 21, 2014
Greek salad the mediterranean diet on  plate for you and your family for a healthy life.

Greek salad is a traditional dish of Greek cuisine and is perfectly compatible with the Mediterranean diet, as a matter of fact is part of it!! Greek salad is known in most countries of the world by its name and is a popular dish for tourists in Greece. During summer months the Greek salad can […]

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Mediterranean diet for weight loss

September 8, 2014
Med diet & weight loss

The continuous increase in the rate of overweight and obese individuals necessitates the finding of an effective solution against obesity and its related problems such as diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease. Constantly new diets appear, that promise fast and impressive results, leading the world in exhausting procedures with immediate but temporary results, which often exacerbate the […]

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Mediterranean diet : protection against asthma and allergy in children

May 19, 2014
Mediterranean Diet protects

The Mediterranean diet is a proven healthy eating pattern, contributing to a balanced diet and simultaneously it strengthens the immune system and health of the body. Τhis also applies to younger ages. The Mediterranean diet is a diet plan that is proposed in childhood, contributing both to better weight control and better health of children. […]

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Fasting in Mediterranean Diet

April 7, 2014
Fasting in Mediterranean Diet

Fasting is defined as the deliberate avoidance of eating certain food items or involuntary abstinence from every kind of food. Fasting as a religious practice was known to ancient people. Despite several variations encountered, fasting is a characteristic of many different religions. The effect of fasting on health and body function has been studied more […]

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The therapeutic effect of artichoke

March 20, 2014
The therapeutic effect of artichoke

The Artichoke is a deciduous perennial plant. The root looks like a peg and goes deep into the soil, while the stem is tender and has many branches.  Its blossom is a disc that is covered by many thick leaves, which are arranged like fish scales. Usually the flowers have thorns, but there are some […]

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