Posted on mar 20, 2013


The mediterranean diet has officially been candidate as a UNESCO intangible heritage. The proposal was presented formally by Italy, Spain, Greece and Morocco, the four countries which contributed most in defining the historical and cultural characteristic of this diet, including the organoleptic of the products which render this diet unique and inimitable.
Many international institutions have identified the mediterranean diet as an extremely healthy dietary model, both sustainable and of the highest quality, and various scientists worldwide recognize its healthy properties and its capacity to fight a great number of disease. Italy, which is the country with the greatest number of World Heritage Certificates, soon may add the tastiest certificate of all to its long list.

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