Mediterranean Easy Diet e-Book


The Mediterranean diet has been ranked as the number one diet in 2021 by U.S. News and World Report.

This 21-day Mediterranean Easy Diet e-book is jam-packed with easy to prepare and delicious recipes. Created by LK Fitness dietician Anel Kirtsten, for those who have busy lives.

When it comes to following a diet for a healthy lifestyle and weight loss, it’s important to follow a meal plan that you can stick to. If the plan is simple, you’re likely to maintain healthy eating habits after reaching your goal weight, making it easy to maintain a healthy weight over time.

After successful payment, you will receive an email with the link to download the e-book. The link is only valid for two downloads. Make sure to SAVE the download on your device before closing it.

Read more about the diet below.

Also get the Mediterranean Diet e-book, which was our first Mediterranean e-book. You can combine the two 21 day meal plans of the two books.

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The core concept behind this healthy diet is filling your plate with fresh fruits and vegetables, healthy fats, whole grains, legumes, fish and other lean protein. Beyond simply what you put on your plate, we also emphasise healthy lifestyle habits, which include practicing mindful eating, getting your daily dose of exercise, reducing stress as much as possible, and getting enough sleep.

Eating fresh, whole foods can lead to weight loss, since you’re no longer relying on packaged foods that are often laden with sugar, sodium, and unhealthy sources of fat. Plus, consuming a variety of plant-based proteins and complex, whole-grain carbs keep your blood sugar stable. You feel fuller for longer, lowering the odds that you’ll overeat.

The weight-loss perks of the Mediterranean diet are also backed by science: A 2016 study published in the journal The Lancet found that participants who went on a Mediterranean diet lost more weight than those on a low-fat one, while a 2015 study published in The American Journal of Medicine found that the Mediterranean diet is just as effective for long-term weight loss as going low carb.