MyMedi Mediterranean Diet Guide, Macro Calculator & Journal Tracking:
-Daily Calorie, Carb, Fat, Fiber, Protein Tracker & Counter to help you stay focused.
Browse through 1000s of healthy Mediterranean recipes that will help you lose weight
-Macro Calculator to give your exact Mediterranean diet macros
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-The basics: Olive Oil, Fish and Plants
-The benefits: Weight loss, better cardiovascular health, prevention of cancer, diabetes and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s.
Side-Effects and Dangers: No, it’s a healthy diet overall.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
How to get started
These are the Specifics to Avoid in Foods
Tips to Stay on Track
Shopping list for basic functional items
In-App Premium Tracking:
Web Portal: Use the web app to track your diet.
-Nutrient log: Nutrient logging is not limited to macro tracking. Manage all nutrients, vitamins and minerals in your food.
Export all data to csv sheets
– And more
Based on scientific observations that Crete, Greece, and southern Italy have one of the highest rates of chronic diseases, the Mediterranean diet has the most long life expectancies. The Mediterranean diet can help you lose weight, prevent cancer, manage diabetes, and most importantly, improve brain and cardiovascular health.
This diet is similar to any other healthy diet. Most other diets draw inspiration from it. It will include lots of fruits, vegetables, whole-grains legumes and nuts, as well as some poultry and low-fat dairy. There will also be plenty of olive oil, herbs/spices, weekly eggs, and wine if you like. You will limit red meat, saturated fats and sweets as well as processed foods.
Because you get plenty of healthy fats (olive, fish, nuts), vitamins and antioxidants (fruits, vegetables, herbs/spices/whole grains, legumes, etc.), the Mediterranean diet is great for your health. You are also reducing the intake of foods that have been scientifically proven to increase our risk for disease, such as saturated fat and processed sugar. The diet is recommended by nutritionists and medical doctors, even if you don’t consider the longevity of the Mediterranean population. It is nutritiously sound and doesn’t require any extreme restrictions.
This app does not replace a one-on-1 relationship with a qualified healthcare professional. It also is not meant to be used as medical advice. MyMedi encourages users to research the topic and work with qualified professionals to make their own decisions about health care.
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