Nutritionist learns about Mediterranean diet in Tuscany

01/19/2012 | Herald News (Joliet, Ill.), The

Reggie Fleck, a nutritionist at Morris Hospital in Illinois, says she learned about eating a Mediterranean-style diet while attending a cooking school in Tuscany, Italy. She says it begins with people growing their own food and eating what is fresh and in-season. To get started, she says, substitute olive oil for butter, choose seafood and poultry rather than red meat, eat fruits and vegetables, and serve pasta as a side dish.

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