Why Eat Like An Italian?
The Mediterranean Lifestyle offers food that is both delicious and healthy. On this website, we discuss "why" this is the case, and "how" you can incorporate the wisdom of past generations into your modern routines. Buon appetito!
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When you hear “Eat Like an Italian,” what comes to mind?
Does it imply healthy Mediterranean food or the most delicious cuisine in the world?
Well, how about both? (Obviously!)
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About the author
While living in Italy for several years, I accidentally discovered the many glorious benefits of eating a Mediterranean diet. I say “accidentally” because it wasn’t a conscious effort, but rather the natural consequence of trying my best to adapt to the local culture.