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Emilia Klapp, R.D., B.S.
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Emilia Klapp is a Registered Dietitian. With her new book, “Your Heart Needs the Mediterranean Diet”, Emilia Klapp has helped many people just like you reduce the risk of heart disease and lose weight at the same time. For more information on the book and to receive a free especial report on the “Top 10 Mediterranean Curative Ingredients” go to:


Too often, different dietary plans are presented to us disguised as an Authentic Mediterranean Plan or Diet when the reality is that they have very little to do with it. Here are the 10 points that co...
Italian researchers find that doses of 850 mg a day of Omega-3 fats from fish along with a diet Mediterranean style help reduce the chances of a second or third heart attack by as much as 45%.
If patients with pre-diabetes lose between 5 and 7% of their weight and they exercise half an hour every day, five days a week, the risk to develop diabetes type 2 mellitus can be lowered by 60% in 3 ...
Obesity is becoming one of the major risk factors for type 2 diabetes in industrialized countries; obese people have a much higher risk to develop the disease -about 8 times higher- than people who ha...
You may think Chinese cuisine is healthy because it contains large amounts of vegetables and it seems to be low in fat. That it’s true of Traditional Chinese cuisine; however, it may not be the case o...
Because fruits and vegetables contain the right combination of sodium and potassium, they are the ideal food for maintaining your blood pressure at a healthy level
Studies have shown that people who eat dry beans regularly have a lower risk of suffering from heart disease than the ones who barely eat them. One main reason is because they lower cholesterol. 
B vitamins do not provide energy by themselves, but without them our body will have no energy. 
According to U.S. General Surgeon, heart attacks and strokes are highly preventable. Thus, if more people die from heart disease than from any other illness, we need to give a serious consideration to...
As many of us know, the virtues of the Mediterranean cuisine reside in the selection of its basic elements: fruits and vegetables, grains, fish and seafood, olive oil and red wine in moderation. But a...
The traditional Mediterranean diet, rich in tomatoes, tomato products, and other carotenoids has been associated with a lower incidence of chronic heart disease. Recent scientific studies have shown t...
In studies conducted in 1992, it was observed that in southern France, mortality rates from heart disease were lower than expected despite the consumption of diets high in saturated fat.
If you have heart disease or any health condition such as high cholesterol or high triglycerides, you may have started feeling a little apprehensive as you see the holiday season approaching.
It is a fact that people living in Mediterranean countries are healthier than Americans and that they have almost half as many deaths from cardiovascular disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, and obesity...
The abundant use of olives and extra virgin olive oil truly defines the traditional Mediterranean Diet. In fact it is the principal fat source and the culinary foundation for Mediterranean cuisine.

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