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Mediterranean Diet Recipes Club Founder Announces Release of New Report and Trial Membership in the Unique Group

October 14, 2013

Ray Darken, originator of the Mediterranean Diet Recipes Club, announced that he’s offering individuals a free report on the health benefits and a trial membership in the recipe club. The recipes allow anyone to cook tasty, healthy meals using only specifically related ingredients.

Marcoola, Australia (PRWEB) October 14, 2013

Endorsed by the Mayo Clinic, the World Health Organization and the American Heart Association, the Mediterranean Diet marks a milestone in nutrition, weight loss and maintaining health. The diet was also featured on the popular Dr. Oz TV program, at which time it was noted that this traditional cuisine can also save consumers money on their food bill.

The heart healthy ingredients of the Mediterranean Diet Recipes Club can be combined in multiple ways to appeal to virtually any food preferences. Users can also enjoy an optional glass of red wine each day as an integral part of the diet. One of the many advantages is that the combined ingredients work together without the need to weigh portions or count each calorie.

The Mediterranean food plan utilizes a variety of ordinary herbs and spices that have been used for centuries to provide the body with the nutrition it needs while maintaining good overall health. The diet combines specific foods that work together for optimum results to keep the body healthy.

Inspired by traditional diets consumed by those in the 16 countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, recipes provide a wealth of ingredients that keep meals fresh and interesting. Recipes are available for every meal of the day, along with healthy and flavorful snack foods, that work seamlessly within the diet plan.

Studies based on the Mediterranean Diet have shown the plan to be associated with a reduced risk of heart disease and cancer, along with a reduction in the incidence of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Those participating in the studies often indicated that they had less pain while following the diet.

The free report offered by Darken provides individuals with data on the types of foods included and how often each should be consumed, along with the benefits and how to replace butter and salt with alternatives that are healthier and easy to obtain. The Mediterranean Diet contains a wealth of ingredients that are considered super foods and key elements for fighting the outward signs of aging.

Darken’s free report provides individuals with the information needed to make an informed decision about the many health benefits of the Mediterranean Diet. Combined with the unique recipes included in his Recipe Club, people around the globe have the means to live longer, healthier lives with an eating plan endorsed by some of the most prestigious health organizations in the world.

Fans can follow Darken on Twitter. For more information, visit the website at http://www.mediterranean-diet-recipes.info.

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