Cheese and crackers. Chips and salsa. Veggies and dip. How about trying something new? This quick, elegant appetizer is the perfect way to start any healthy meal.
The Mediterranean diet is a delicious and nutritious style of eating that may have beneficial effects on cardiovascular disease risk factors.
Chef Jamie Lauren created this simple, yet chic, side dish of couscous with olives and toasted walnuts, which is a great dinner addition any time of year.
It doesn’t get much better than this!
Drizzle with sweet honey and add in the crunch of toasted walnuts and you have the perfect dessert!
This recipe is a delicious appetizer, but can also be a side accompanying a Turkish meal.
This chunky, chilled tomato-based soup topped with herbed walnuts, is a wonderful accompaniment to grilled cheese or panini sandwiches.
The combination of walnuts, breadcrumbs and butter makes for a delicious and crispy topping. Try it with other meats including pork, beef or chicken.
Figs and walnuts add sweetness to this tapenade-like spread. It's a great for a snack. You can also serve it along side fish, chicken, or pork.
A collection of recipes similar to the nutritious cuisine of countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea.
Connie Diekman, MEd, RD, LD, FADA
Effect of Mediterranean diet on the expression of pro-atherogenic genes in a population at high cardiovascular risk
Plan your family's grocery trips and weekly Mediterranean diet meals with this simple planning and shopping guide.
Components of the Mediterranean-type food pattern and serum inflammatory markers among patients at high risk for cardiovascular disease
The many nutritious recipes compiled here make adopting this delicious way of eating easier and tastier than ever!