A healthy, varied and balanced diet and daily exercise are the first steps to prevent the onset of numerous diseases typical of our time such as obesity, diabetes, cancers, diseases cardiovascular…

The most comprehensive dietary pattern best suited to prevent these diseases is the Mediterranean diet, which is inspired by the food traditions of countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea.

This type of diet is based on abundant consumption of whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and legumes. It also includes moderate consumption of fish, white meat, dairy products, nuts and wine; while, it must absolutely limit the consumption of red meat.

As for seasoning fats, the most widely used in the Mediterranean basin turns out to be to be olive oil; a condiment of vegetable origin containing fats of superior quality and less harmful than condiments of animal origin.

Thus, the Mediterranean Diet turns out to be rich in carbohydrates, fiber, monounsaturated fatty acids (the so-called “good fats”) and low in fats of animal origin (more harmful) and therefore ideal, along with activity

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