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Mediterranean food patterns: the view from antiquity, ancient Greeks and Romans


Mediterranean food patterns: the view from antiquity, ancient Greeks and Romans



The Mediterranean diet: constituents and health promotion: 3-30



This book chapter deals with the diet of the classical Hellenistic Greeks and Republican Empire Romans, which was based largely on cereals, legumes and a wide range of fruits, nuts, seeds and vegetables, with relatively limited meat intake.

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