Ortensia Greco-Conte’s cookbook explains benefits of Mediterranean diet and anti-aging recipes
Mediterranean mysteries revealed in new book.
Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) June 10, 2013
Gone are the days of torturous diets framed around deprivation, manufactured pills, shakes, and artificial foods. Instead, Ortensia Greco-Conte shares the secrets of a Mediterranean diet that can boost wellbeing and create a sharp mind.
In her new cookbook, Greco-Conte offers a look into the ancient recipes passed down to her through the generations. She attributes her good health and youthful looks to a fresh and organic lifestyle embraced by the native Mediterranean people. Featuring unique meal ideas, The Goodness and Best-Kept Secrets of Mediterranean Food is a fun and healthy way to spice up a diet and enhance daily living.
“My recipes have been passed down in my family for many years and we have found so much goodness in them,” says Greco-Conte. “This is the reason why I want to share the secrets of Mediterranean food with the rest of the world,” she adds.
Packed with delicious recipes Greco-Conte insists the key to success depends on using foods rich in anti-aging antioxidants, carbohydrates, fiber, protein, and minerals. Using her balanced meal plans, recipes and guide to choosing nutritious ingredients, readers can experience the full flavor and health benefits of Mediterranean cooking.
The Goodness and Best-Kept Secrets of Mediterranean Food
By Ortensia Greco-Conte
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Balboa Press online bookstores.
About the author:
At age 60, Ortensia Greco-Conte is a mother of five, grandmother of nine and great-grandmother of one. She grew up surrounded by Mediterranean cooking and is passionate about sharing the recipes, practices, and enthusiasm for healthy food she inherited from her parents. She and Giuseppe, her husband of 42 years, moved to Australia in 1972 where she continues her pursuit of wellbeing and positive lifestyle.
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