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~FREE BOOK ♩ The Original Greek Diet ⚕ Science and sensuality meet in The Original Greek Diet, your guide to losing weight while looking and eating like a deity, from the Martha Stewart of Greece, world famous chef Maria Loi, and health journalist and former Olympic athlete Sarah TolandGrounded in the Mediterranean lifestyle and developed by world renowned Greek chef Maria Loi, The Original Greek Diet combines classic Mediterranean ingredients like olive oil, yogurt, and honey in delicious, healthy recipes that satisfy the soul and the palette New research shows that the Mediterranean diet is the healthiest food plan in the world, and is especially noted for its positive effects on heart health With The Original Greek Diet, you eat to enjoy yourself, just like the ancient Greek gods There is no starving, no long, grueling hours at the gym, and no restrictive plans eliminating carbs, dairy, caffeine, or alcoholStructured around thefood pillars of the traditional Greek diet, The Original Greek Diet includeshealthy, authentic, sensual Greek recipes that use delicious unprocessed ingredients, as well as tips for incorporating easy exercises and improved sleep both metabolism boosters into your Greek lifestyle Sprinkled throughout the book are charming and insightful anecdotes from the authors that add flavor and fun There are also several different meal plans to personalize your journey and help you lose the weight you need while enjoying the foods you love, including a kick start plan to shed pounds quickly and safely and jumpstart your journey to a slimmer, healthier, happier youIllustrated with than two dozen color photos Agree with premise and points as follow a Mediterranean diet lifestyle seriously and very successfully but found this verbose and repetitive And short sighted with continuous references to American tastes and habits.rather off putting. Love this book It is the perfect way to eat I m always a bit leary of diet books because there are so many bad ones including ones that can harm your health First off the diet advice in this book probably won t hurt you, it s not any of the extreme wakadoo diets and is close to the typical advice your doctor would give you, eatveggies and fruits, cut out sugar and heavily processed foods, cut back on the red meat and poultry and eatseafood In the introduction they half a two week and four week plan which will probably cause I m always a bit leary of diet books because there are so many bad ones including ones that can harm your health First off the diet advice in this book probably won t hurt you, it s not any of the extreme wakadoo diets and is close to the typical advice your doctor would give you, eatveggies and fruits, cut out sugar and heavily processed foods, cut back on the red meat and poultry and eatseafood In the introduction they half a two week and four week plan which will probably cause weight loss, 1,200 calories per day for the first part, 1,600 for the second part Then a goodly portion of the book is covering their 12 food pillars, which while interesting, has a bit too much hype at times and some iffy claims The recipe section that follows has classic Greek recipes and some personal ones, many that are easy to cook A big lack for a diet book is nutritional information, there is none for the recipes, which for a diet book is inexcusable A nice addition to this book would be a recommended Greek pantry.An OK book but many of the recipes are available elsewhere andthan half the book covers the 12 pillars information which I think is overdone The premise of the book is that there are 12 Pillars of the Greek diet, think 12 food groups, if wine and olive oil were food groups There are two short chapters for each one the sensual, personal side growing up eating olives and one the science why olives are so good for you Well done, interesting and informative And there are recipes, a lot of which sound REALLY good.I like the idea of it, fresh veggies, olive oil, wine EVERY DAY, but in practice hmmm, Greek yoghurt UGH It The premise of the book is that there are 12 Pillars of the Greek diet, think 12 food groups, if wine and olive oil were food groups There are two short chapters for each one the sensual, personal side growing up eating olives and one the science why olives are so good for you Well done, interesting and informative And there are recipes, a lot of which sound REALLY good.I like the idea of it, fresh veggies, olive oil, wine EVERY DAY, but in practice hmmm, Greek yoghurt UGH It makes my whole upper body pucker up just thinking about it So maybe I won t follow this diet plan to the letter, but that WINE thing Hmmmmaybe Love Maria Loi Informative book regarding the Mediterranean diet I DID NOT read it for the diet information, but to bring me back to my Greek roots and eating habits. So my goal is to live til I m 100 years old without Alzheimers The Greek diet has gotten so much press about being the ideal way to eat for health and longevity.1 2 of this book is explaining what constitutes a Greek dietolive oil, nuts, yogurt, etc the other 1 2 is recipes 4 weeks of menu planning is also included which I find helpful.I tried two recipes Salad with Orange Honey Dressing and Salmon Souvlaki The salad was good, but I think I ll add a little bit of white wine vinegar to the So my goal is to live til I m 100 years old without Alzheimers The Greek diet has gotten so much press about being the ideal way to eat for health and longevity.1 2 of this book is explaining what constitutes a Greek dietolive oil, nuts, yogurt, etc the other 1 2 is recipes 4 weeks of menu planning is also included which I find helpful.I tried two recipes Salad with Orange Honey Dressing and Salmon Souvlaki The salad was good, but I think I ll add a little bit of white wine vinegar to the dressing We really enjoyed the Salmon Souvlaki in pitas It was a good selection for Meatless Mondays.Keeping to its purpose of educating the reader about healthy eating, there aren t many photos The font size is generous, and the instructions are clear.I don t think that my family will be 100% converted to this diet, but I think this book is a good resource for those times when we need to throw a healthier meal or two into our weekly diet