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  • Mediterraniandiet Against Fast Food
  • BENEFITS The causes of such properties seem to be in thehighest consumption of productsrich in monounsaturated fatty acids, found in oliveoil (whichreduces the level of cholesterol in blood).Also attributed to the consumption of fish,especially oily fish, rich in fattyacids and, finally, moderate consumption of redwine (by their elders).
  • The pyramid diet is based Mediterránia cereals like wheat, then asimportant link fruit and vegetables and finally through dairy andvegetable proteins.The diet combines food Mediterránia considering that you need toconsume more of one food than another and cooked to your liking. Youcan make very healthy meals Mediterránia diet , low in fat andminimally processed because they are mostly fresh products that aretasty by themselves without condiments. To cook nothing better thangarlic and onion. View slide
  • Properties:   Olive oil Provides most of the fats in the diet Mediterrania.Not only is consumed in the form of olive oil but alsoas raw.  View slide
  • Properties: CerealsMuch bread wheat flour and rice in less quantity.Cereals should be taken without shed their hulls, iethat are comprehensive.
  • Properties: Fruit  To have the fiber intake of vitamin C andcarbohydrates your body needs every day, you needto take at least three or four pieces of fruit.
  • Properties: Nuts Nuts are high in fat, protein and minerals likecalcium and iron. They are especially recommendedfor those with heavy wear at work.
  • Properties: FishProtein and almost no fat if fat white fish andbeneficial to the body if bluefish. At least take it twicea week.
  • Properties: MeatMeat is not necessary to take each day. White meattwice a week and red meat only once a month,because cholesterol level increases.
  • Properties: Dairy.have too much fat and not to abuse them.Are desirable skimmed or semi-skimmed becausethey contain milk proteins but without the fat.
  • FAST FOOD
  • History of Fast Food• Nobel laureate Paul Sabatier worked in the 1890s to develop the chemistry of hydrogenation which enabled the margarine, oil hydrogenation, and synthetic methanol industries. While Sabatier only considered hydrogenation of vapours, the German chemist Wilhelm Normann showed in 1901 that liquid oils could be hydrogenated and patented the process in 1902.
  • FAST fOOD• In 1909, Procter & Gamble acquired the US rights to the Normann patent; in 1911, they began marketing the first hydrogenated shortening, Crisco (composed largely of partially hydrogenated cottonseed oil).• Further success came from the marketing technique of giving away free cookbooks in which every recipe called for Crisco. Hydrogenation strongly stimulated whaling, as it made it possible to stabilize whale oil for human consumption.
  • Over millennia the Mediterranean peoples have settled habits andrecognizable own move to the table and distinct cultures and uniquelandscapes. Iberians, Celts, Greeks, Romans, Barbarians andArabs, have helped create the current "Mediterranean trilogy" of bread,oil and wine. From the Near and Middle East reached theMediterranean cereals, legumes, carrots, onion, garlic, plum, peach,cherry, apricot, apple, pear, walnut, hazel and chestnut . From Europe come beets, chicory, cabbage and asparagus, the FarEast, chickpeas, sesame, cucumber, eggplant, mustard, basil, citrus,millet India, South East Asia and Oceania rice, rosemary, pepper,sesame, cardamom, ginger, basil, cucumber, cider, sugar cane,African, melon, watermelon, dates, and America, corn , bean, potato,tomato, peppers, zucchini, squash.Few Mediterranean meals would be imaginable without thesecontributions. With these inputs, configured one of the healthiestdietary models of the world.
  • Modern science has revealed in the second halfof the twentieth century the exceptional nature ofthe Mediterranean lifestyle and its influence onthe health of the population.
  • AutoresAmparo Badenes LópezRocío Pérez SabaterAlvaro Zamora LeónChristian Pardo