Mediterranean Diet: A Proven Way to Live Better
Never before it has been so important and crucial to us to keep in good health, to fight against unpredictable epidemics. This renowned diet and lifestyle, for three years in a row, has ranked the top positions in both USA medical institutions and media, as best diet for “healthy eating and easiest diet to follow.”
The Mediterranean diet is not just a way of eating or cooking, it is a combination of using a variety of high-quality fresh foods with balanced life habits. It is not a “don’t do it” diet, but instead teaches how to buy and use local products, like veggies, fish, extra virgin olive oil, and red wine; all of which are integral components of the Mediterranean Diet. After 50 years of study, its proven benefits range from lowering the risk of obesity and fighting cardiovascular disease to relieving discomforts related to aging. The Mediterranean Diet is about improving your overall health. It is not by chance that the Mediterranean Diet is suggested by major universities and important medical institutions.
No materials required for the first lesson. Each week, required ingredients for the following class meeting will be discussed in class.
Register Online - CANCELLED
DATES: 6 Thursdays, October 08 - November 12, 2020
TIME: 5:00 - 8:00pm
FEE: $120 + weekly materials
MODE OF DELIVERY: Live Remote - Zoom
INSTRUCTOR: Michele (Michael) Auriemma - https://bellaviafoodandcoffee.com
QUESTIONS: Contact instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org or (805) 636-6874.
|Meet the instructor|
Michele (“mee-keh-leh” “mee-kay-lay”) or “Michael” is an Italian man who has travelled the world, is keen on food & wine, has learned from many different cultures, and now has settled in California.
He holds a Master’s degree in Chemistry, is a Certified Life Coach and has graduated in the Culinary Arts. An enthusiastic, skilled Italian cook, he is an expert in the Mediterranean Diet, a proven healthy, tasty and above all enjoyable lifestyle.
He is committed to achieving the “Zero food waste” goal. He believes that what we eat, drink, and do are the keys for us to live a better and longer life, and this happens by learning how to choose the best ingredients, about the cooking process, and growing our knowledge and awareness. As he likes to say: “hands-on-cooking is one of the best therapy”...then putting this saying into practice with authentic, simple, delicious recipes.