The MediterrAsian Table

Trudy Thelander

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date:
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 305.32 MB
  • Developer: Trudy Thelander
  • Compatibility: IOS 7.0 or later.

The MediterrAsian Table App Description & Overview

The first app to combine the best features of the world's healthiest and tastiest diets - the Mediterranean diet and Asian diet. Discover the scientifically-proven way to improve your health, lose weight, reduce your risk of chronic disease, and increase your chances of living longer - all while enjoying a wide range of mouthwatering meals. Created by the authors of the award-winning cookbook, The MediterrAsian Way. FEATURES - Over 150 simple, delicious and nutritious Mediterranean and Asian recipes - plus hundreds of variations - Gorgeous full-screen high resolution recipe photos - Step-by-step recipe instructions - each step can be tapped to mark as complete - Dozens of cooking and preparation tips - A complete guide to incorporating Mediterranean and Asian eating and lifestyle practices into your own life - An easy-to-follow 4-week eating plan - A fully-illustrated guide to stocking your kitchen with Mediterranean and Asian ingredients - A convenient automated shopping list function - Create your own personal favorites list - Attach your own notes to recipes - Universal app, runs great on both iPhone and iPad WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING ABOUT A MEDITERRASIAN DIET “The ideal paradigm for our health would be a MediterrAsian diet.” - Professor Eugenio Iorio, Founder and Director of the International Observatory of Oxidative Stress (a non-profit scientific network of more than 3,000 researchers from 35 Countries) “We suggest that a so-called ‘MediterrAsian’ diet combining sirtuin-activating foods of the Asian as well as Mediterranean diet may be a promising dietary strategy in preventing chronic diseases, thereby ensuring health and healthy aging.” - Dr. Gerald Rimbach, Professor of Food Science at the University of Kiel, Germany “In practice, we observed that patients do not feel they are on a diet, in the restrictive sense of the word, but a transition to a new lifestyle that involves flavors, foods and seasonings with a harmonious blend.” - Caroline Fernandes, Registered Dietitian

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