The Mount Athos Diet The Mediterranean Plan to Lose Weight, Feel Younger and Live Longer

by Richard Storey, Sue Todd, Lottie Storey

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The Mount Athos Diet The Mediterranean Plan to Lose Weight, Feel Younger and Live Longer Synopsis

For centuries, the monks of Mount Athos have enjoyed long lives, healthy bodies and calm minds thanks to their unique diet and lifestyle. Now you too can discover the secrets of good nutrition from this ancient community in a remarkable new diet book. In The Mount Athos Diet, you'll follow the intermittent diet that keeps the monks slim, youthful and largely free from disease. The diet is made up of three easy-to-follow patterns throughout the week: three fasting days full of delicious fruits and vegetables from nature's larder; three moderation days to enjoy the best of the Mediterranean, including olive oil, fish and even red wine; and one feast day to completely indulge in whichever foods you like. With a simple diet plan, recipes, menu planners and tips on how to adapt the diet, plus guidance on exercise, meditation and emotional wellbeing, The Mount Athos Diet promises to transform your body and mind to help you lose weight, feel fitter and live longer.

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ISBN: 9780091954703
Publication date: 01/05/2014
Publisher: Vermilion an imprint of Ebury Press
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780091954703
Publication date: 1st May 2014
Author: Richard Storey, Sue Todd, Lottie Storey
Publisher: Vermilion an imprint of Ebury Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 288 pages
Genres: eBook Favourites, Lifestyle & Health,
Categories: Diets & dieting,

About Richard Storey, Sue Todd, Lottie Storey

Richard Storey is a regular visitor to Mount Athos and a committed follower of the monks' diet plan. He is the managing editor of ART magazine and has written a number of books. Sue Todd is a qualified nutritionist and food journalist. She is a member of the UK Guild of Food Writers and a trustee of the Caroline Walker Trust, a charity that promotes public health through good food. Lottie Storey is a freelance food journalist. She develops recipes and content for a range of clients, and writes her own blog: oysterandpearl.co.uk.

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