Friday, 26 September 2008

Mediterranean Diet: “intangible piece of cultural heritage”

KASTELI, Greece — Dr. Michalis Stagourakis has seen a transformation of his pediatric practice here over the past three years. The usual sniffles and stomachaches of childhood are now interspersed with far more serious conditions: diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol. A changing diet, he says, has produced an epidemic of obesity and related maladies.
Fast Food Hits Mediterranean; a Diet Succumbs; by ELISABETH ROSENTHAL; New York Times

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