Note: this is a downloadable PDF document.
What you will find in our Mediterranean Diet Guide
Our Mediterranean Diet Guide is a comprehensive guide to the Mediterranean Diet for optimal heart health and weight loss.
This guide is intended to introduce you to the concept of the Mediterranean Diet. What it is, why it is, and how to follow it. It includes detailed guidance on what foods to eat and what foods to avoid and daily serving recommendations for all food groups for your calorie level. You will also find a kitchen planning and pantry guide, planning and shopping tips, a sample 7-day meal plan and daily sample menus.
What you will not find in our Mediterranean Diet guide
Our guide is not a meal plan with set menus. It is a roadmap to help you design your own meals. Most of the time, meal plans do not work, and even when they do, they are only meant to be temporary. People do not stick to them, do not like the recipes offered, do not have access to the ingredients… Some cook for large families and some cook for one; the same plan doesn’t work for both…
Our guide teaches you how to transform your meals and build lasting habits. You are free to choose the foods you love, and you will learn how much of them you can eat to meet your goals.
How to find the right calorie level for you
In order to use our Mediterranean Diet guide, you will need to estimate your total daily calorie expenditure (TDEE) using this online calculator. Please refer to our guide for further instructions.
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While our goal is to provide science-based wellness information, we are not doctors, licensed nutritionists or registered dietitians. Our guide is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Our guide is not intended for people with special acute or chronic medical conditions. If you have any digestive condition such as Celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, Food allergies, GERD, IBS, Ulcerative colitis, or kidney disease, please consult with your doctor or registered dietitian.
You should always consult with a competent, fully licensed medical professional when making any decisions regarding your health.