2-Week Mediterranean Diet Challenge: Transform Your Body Fast

Even though the Mediterranean diet is mostly made up of plants, it doesn't have a lot of strict rules, deprivation, or counting calories like some other diets do. 

When you eat the Mediterranean way, you should feel full, include everyone, and enjoy your favorite treats in moderation.

 You shouldn't eat too many of these. Remember that it's not just about how often you do it; it's also about how much you do it. 

 Fish, nuts, and seeds (preferably fatty fish like salmon and mackerel, but white fish works too). If it works, eat these 2–3 times a week.

Start meal planning with the pantry. Mediterranean cuisine uses common grocery store ingredients. I have a complete Mediterranean diet shopping list.

Walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios, sesame seeds. Good-tasting nuts add crunch and nutrition to meals. 

When we really want those baked meatballs or rack of lamb, we eat them, but the plate is still mostly vegetables. Yes, I do make baklava and loukoumades every holiday season.

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