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The Mamma Mia! Diet

The Mamma Mia! Diet


The Secret Italian Way to Good Health — Eat Pasta, Enjoy Wine and Lose Weight!

More than just a meal plan—The Mamma Mia! Diet is a complete lifestyle guide. An improved version of the classic Mediterranean diet, The Mamma Mia! Diet provides healthy Italian dishes to help you lose weight while still feeling full and satisfied.

The more doctors test it, the more they find that Mediterranean-type diets are the absolute best way to lose weight and enjoy good health. Based on the cooking and eating style of Italy, The Mamma Mia! Diet includes olive oil, fruits and vegetables, nuts, legumes, fish and poultry, whole grains and, yes, pasta and wine!

The Mamma Mia! Diet was created by two native-born Italian professionals—a biochemist and a culinary specialist—who together present the secrets to good health, weight management and longevity… attributes of their fellow paesano.

The promised benefits of The Mamma Mia! Diet, include:
– Better health and improved longevity
– Higher energy levels and improved fitness
– More variety than any other diet
– Fundamental nutrition grounded in tradition and science
– Incredible dishes packed with nutrition and authentic Italian flavor
– A diet that nourishes

Food can be more than just delicious. Food is medicine for the body, mind, and soul, and with The Mamma Mia! Diet, you can make the most out of what you eat, all while experiencing an Italian-style atmosphere—and satisfying an Italian-style appetite! For more information, visit mammamiadiet.com.

Related Article: 10 Secrets to Better Health the Italian Way

About the Authors

Paola Lovisetti Scamihorn is an Italian pharmacist, researcher and food writer. Cooking, eating healthy food and staying active have always been her life-long passions. She has a cooking blog “Passion and Cooking,” and contributes to several international magazines. She has previously published in Italy Love is Eating, focusing on Italian culinary culture.

Paola Palestini is a biochemistry professor at the Medical School of the University Milano-Bicocca, Italy. Recently, Paola has been actively involved in the promotion of the principles of a healthy diet through conferences and in collaboration with several magazines. She is the author of seventy-six scientific articles published in international journals.

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Written by Paola Lovisetti Scamihorn and Paola Palestini
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