The Mediterranean diet; whole grain and pasta consumption to avoid behavior’s disturbance and heart disease.
The Mediterranean diet dealing with the limitation of celiac diseas.
The Mediterranean diet for sport.
Comparison between the world’s Diets in the onset and incidence of heart disease.
During the early 1950s, when epidemiologists were beginning to worry about the elevated incidence of heart disease in America, venerable nutritionist Ancel Keys undertook the landmark Seven Countries Study to compare the diets of Mediterranean countries and their incidence of heart and behavior’s disturbance disease.
From the results of this study grew the concept we now refer to as the Mediterranean Diet. High in fresh fruit, vegetables, legumes, grains, olive oil, and red wine, and low in animal protein, saturated fat, and refined sugars. The Mediterranean diet became more than just a diet; to those living outside the Mediterranean, it became an idyllic lifestyle to refer for a long and healthy life.
The forum is addresses to: cardiologists, nutritionists, angiologists, dieticians, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, epidemiologists, internists, sport doctors.
Educational Objectives of the Course: Improve the knowledge of the technical & ethical aspects, indications, results and complications of consolidated and new dieticians applications.