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The Greek diet is regarded as one of the healthiest in the world because it’s based largely around fruit and vegetables, wholegrains, fish, and a small amount of cheese and yoghurt. Non-meat protein sources in the form of beans and legumes such as fava, split peas, and lentils are also a popular staple, usually used in soups, stews and salads.
The traditional Greek diet is known for the simple preparation of tasty food made in Greece, which has shaped the dietary habits of Greeks from ancient times up to the present.
Its main advantage is that the Greek diet is based on three principles: Variety – Moderation – Balance.
Balance: refers to the intake of food from all groups (dairy, fruit, vegetables, cereals, pasta, pulses, fish, poultry, red meat, olive oil, nuts), so that all nutrients are taken in quantities that not only allow the body to function well, but also maintain body weight at normal levels.
Moderation: There are no forbidden foods, nor foods that should be consumed in excess. All food contributes to covering nutritional needs, so long as it is eaten in normal quantities and at the correct frequency. All food has something to offer to our body: Well-being, taste, nutrition!
Variety: For achieving a good quality diet, WHO officials have formulated recommendations based on separating food into groups and placing them in the Healthy Eating Pyramid. Thus, by consuming food from all food groups with the frequency stipulated in the pyramid, we can receive all nutrients in the correct amounts.