The transposability of the mediterranean-type diet in non-mediterranean regions: application to the physician/allied health team.

Auteur(s) :
Speed C.
Date :
Déc, 2004
Source(s) :
EUR J CANCER PREV. #13:6 p529-34
Adresse :
Food and Nutrition Strategies, Oldways Preservation Trust, 266 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02116, USA. christopher_speed@dfci.harvard.edu

Sommaire de l'article

Studies are consistently declaring that the Mediterranean-type diet is transposable to non-Mediterranean regions. The nutritional end points of Med-type eating appear to be achievable through foods from a variety of traditions and appear to support predetermined expectations surrounding food preparation, choice, taste and sensory appeal. The broad emphasis on minimally processed plants and their products (vegetables, fruit, legumes, wholegrains, nuts, seeds and oils); low fat dairy, fish, less emphasis on animal products and removal of partially hydrogenated fats has piqued the attention of health professionals who are interested in arresting the incidence of chronic disease. The theoretical underpinnings of Med-type eating have driven new understandings in dietary guidelines, which is especially timely as well-marketed fad diets loom large on the current health horizon.

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