Stand- ardisation of cultivation practices, mechanisa- tion, monoculture and other changes affecting traditional production systems across the region have reduced the spectrum of diversity used for preparing healthy and nutritious food recipes.
The diet is characterized by the consumption of a lot of monounsaturated fats from olive oil, fruits, and vegetables, nuts, whole grains, moderate consumption of poultry, dairy products, and eggs. According to data provided by Terralingua, in the world there are from 6 to 7 different languages, of which 95 percent is the mother tongue of less than one million people.
Mediterranean diet, dietary polyphenols and low-grade inflammation: This has been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, and to lower the level of blood triglycerides which are thought to be a key risk factor for heart disease.
The consumption of red meat even in moderate amounts has been linked to a high incidence of coronary heart disease. Research has shown that various diet-derived antioxidants have been linked to improved eye, brain, immune, and vascular health through a variety of actions, ranging from their anti-inflammatory effects to their infection-fighting properties.
At the same time, the cultural erosion result- ing from new lifestyles is also affecting the diversity of food cultures that makes Mediter- ranean foods so diverse and traceable to local territories and traditions.
Other factors that relate to the cultural life of a community, such as traditions, folk festivals, events, rituals, social practices, all that intangible cultural heritage referred to in the UNESCO Convention on World Heritage Intangible Heritage need to be analysed.
In The annual review of anthropology, 34, His studies on starvation led to the development of the K-rations used for military nutrition. Therefore, the Mediterranean diet is more than just a defined diet, but it represents the plurality of various cultural expressions of different Mediterranean food cultures and lifestyles.
The underpinning rationale of the Palermo World Conference is that a better understanding of the complexity and multidimensionality of the sustainability of food systems will strengthen the dialogue between North and South countries to address growing challenges for food security, nutrition and sustainability, in the Mediterranean region.
British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology [early online publication]. Borsani and B. It promotes social interaction, since communal meals are the cornerstone of social customs and festive events.
Saugertierkunde, This includes regulating fishing, setting up natural protectorates, and controlling economic activities along the coastlines. Extravirgin olive oil is the staple of the Mediterranean diet. Inthe Mediterranean Diet Founda- tion and the Forum on Mediterranean Food Cultures activated a process of dialogue for achieving among the international Mediter- ranean diet scientific community a consensus position on a new revised updated and unpat- ented Mediterranean pyramid as well as on the Mediterranean diet as a model of a sustainable diet.
Red wine, in particular, is high in these compounds. There is no cholesterol in vegetables unless introduced during the preparation process. For a new awareness: However, the Mediterranean diet encompasses more than just food.
Olives have a high content of beneficial polyphenolic compounds and monounsaturated fatty acids Trichopoulou, Recently, an observational study2 of more than 1, individuals in southern Italy with a history of heart disease showed that the Mediterranean diet outperformed statin medications, reducing the risk of dying by 37 percent among those who adhered to the diet most strictly compared with those who scored lowest for diet adherence.
Making the Links: Maffi, L. By educating and re-orienting the Medi- terranean consumer in the direction of diver- sified food consumption habits, it should be possible to reverse the trend of the erosion of the Mediterranean food heritage. Even before the adoption of these international conventions, within UNESCO in was launched, the Programme MAB — Man and Biosphere, which immediately turned his attention to the protection of biodiversity in the traditional sense and conservation and strategic management of biodiversity.
It is infamous for damaging fisheries and ecosystems.The diet predominant in Mediterranean countries creates a much smaller carbon footprint than the standard diets of countries like the United States and the United Kingdom.
OP12 MEDITERRANEAN DIET AND BIODIVERSITY AS SYNERGISTIC SUSTAINABILITY FACTORS FOR PROMOTING HUMAN WELL-BEING Georgios K. Vasios1,2, Manolia Nannou1, Michail Kostopoulos1, Yiannis Zevgolis2, Dimitra.
This master’s degree is an outgrowth of the newly launched Torribera Mediterranean Center (TMC), a joint project of the University of Barcelona and The Culinary Institute of America to advance scholarship around the traditional, healthy Mediterranean Diet and Mediterranean food and culinary cultures, as well as the contributions such scholarship can make to a variety of fields globally.
Biodiversity has a remarkable role also in the textile fibres manufacturing industry, wood for building and for the production of energy. Many industrial products are obtained thanks to biodiversity: lubricants, perfumes, paper, waxes and rubber, are all obtained from plants; and there are also products of animal origin such as wool, silk, leather, hides, etc.
The diet of Risso’s dolphin in the Mediterranean is described based on 15 animals stranded between 40°25’N 00°32’W and 37°35’N 00°45’E from April to January Biodiversity has been recognized as a fundamental principle in recent dietary guidelines like the Mediterranean Diet Pyramid and the Nordic and Brazilian dietary guidelines.
Food biodiversity takes advantage of important and significant nutritional differences between species.