The Mediterranean diet is a lifestyle.

Olive oil is not only a staple in the Mediterranean diet, it is also a product that has great benefits, both for health and for skin care.
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SALAD OF COLORS INGREDIENTS: Colorful cherry tomatoes mozarella cheese salted anchovies quail eggs avocado canned tuna salt olive oil For green lines: olive oil basil, sage and mint

SALAD OF COLORS INGREDIENTS: Colorful cherry tomatoes mozarella cheese salted anchovies quail eggs avocado canned tuna salt olive oil For green lines: olive oil basil, sage and mint

Extra virgin Olive Oil.  	  Extra virgin olive oil certified by CAAE under CE 834/2007 an JAS laws.  Organic olive oil, is the pure juice of the organic olives obtained only by mechanical means and has got many properties which are highly beneficial to health.

Extra virgin Olive Oil. Extra virgin olive oil certified by CAAE under CE 834/2007 an JAS laws. Organic olive oil, is the pure juice of the organic olives obtained only by mechanical means and has got many properties which are highly beneficial to health.

INGREDIENTS: mango. duck ham. mozarella cheese. basil, mint. extra virgin olive oil.

INGREDIENTS: mango. duck ham. mozarella cheese. basil, mint. extra virgin olive oil.

INGREDIENTS: green beans. mushrooms. red pepper. marinated cod. mustard. extra virgin olive oil. salt.

INGREDIENTS: green beans. mushrooms. red pepper. marinated cod. mustard. extra virgin olive oil. salt.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Its balanced composition of fatty acids, along with its vitamins and natural antioxidants making it the main ingredient in the so-called Mediterranean diet.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Its balanced composition of fatty acids, along with its vitamins and natural antioxidants making it the main ingredient in the so-called Mediterranean diet.

Mediterranean diet is based on what from the point of view of mainstream nutrition is considered a paradox: that although the people living in Mediterranean countries tend to consume relatively high amounts of fat, they have far lower rates of cardiovascular disease than in countries like the United States,Canadá, England,etc..

Mediterranean diet is based on what from the point of view of mainstream nutrition is considered a paradox: that although the people living in Mediterranean countries tend to consume relatively high amounts of fat, they have far lower rates of cardiovascular disease than in countries like the United States,Canadá, England,etc..

The Mediterranean diet is a lifestyle.   Scientists have shown that this lifestyle is beneficial to health and welfare of people. It contributes to the maintenance of sustainable agriculture and protect the environment.

The Mediterranean diet is a lifestyle. Scientists have shown that this lifestyle is beneficial to health and welfare of people. It contributes to the maintenance of sustainable agriculture and protect the environment.

The Mediterranean diet is a lifestyle.    Over millennia the people of the Mediterranean have built their own identifiable habits that bring to the table singular and differentiated cultures and landscapes. Iberians, Celts, Greeks, Romans, Barbarians and Arabs all have contributed to the ongoing “Mediterranean triad” of bread, olive oil and wine. From the Near and Middle East arrived to the Mediterranean cereals, legumes, carrots, onions, garlic, plums, peaches, cherries, apricots…

The Mediterranean diet is a lifestyle. Over millennia the people of the Mediterranean have built their own identifiable habits that bring to the table singular and differentiated cultures and landscapes. Iberians, Celts, Greeks, Romans, Barbarians and Arabs all have contributed to the ongoing “Mediterranean triad” of bread, olive oil and wine. From the Near and Middle East arrived to the Mediterranean cereals, legumes, carrots, onions, garlic, plums, peaches, cherries, apricots…

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