Complete Mediterranean Lifestyle Plan for Everyday Health and Fitness

Mediterranean Diet
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Dr. Janet - Mediterranean Nutritionist
Delicious Meals from the
Sunny Mediterranean

A wide range of studies have shown that people who eat a Mediterranean diet experience significant health benefits. The Mediterranean diet can reduce the risk for diabetes, high cholesterol, dementia, memory loss, depression and breast cancer.

Let Dr. Janet help you enjoy a long and healthy life by following the spectacularly delicious and easy-to-follow Mediterranean lifestyle-scientifically proven to be world’s healthiest (and tastiest) diet!

Meet Dr. Janet, RDN, FAND, LDN
Your Expert Mediterranean Nutritionist

Dr. Janet is a nationally recognized expert in the field of health, wellness and cardiovascular disease prevention and is frequently sought after by the media as a trusted source of nutrition and fitness information.

Dr. Janet is the author of best selling heart healthy books and apps

Good for Everything from Your Brain to Your Bones

Fruits, Vegetables, Olive Oil, Nuts, Beans, Seeds, Herbs, Legumes, Whole grains and Fish
Delicious Mediterranean Diet Recipes

Healthy Eating Is Simple and Quick

Fresh mussels served in a garlicky broth makes an exquisite appetizer or entrée...
Branzino is a popular fish in the Mediterranean area. The secret to delicious branzino, or any fish for that matter,...
Salmon is such an easy fish to prepare, tastes great and is super nutritious. Salmon is low in mercury and...
Salmon is such an easy fish to prepare, tastes great and is super nutritious. Salmon is low in mercury and...
The Mediterranean Way

This isn't a Diet.
It's a Celebration of Life!

Mmmmm—soup…warm and comforting, delicious, nutritious and super filling. And I’m not talking about the canned kind which is basically salt water chock full of bad fat and mushy veggies. Nope—I.
Type-2 Diabetes or non-insulin dependent diabetes results from the body’s ineffective insulin use. The majority of the world’s population suffers from this type of diabetes due to excessive body weight.
Anyone who has survived a heart attack knows that the recovery is a long and difficult process, requiring major changes in diet and lifestyle. What is the best diet to.