The Mediterranean diet is still an antidote to the prince and longevity elixir, but it is hard to get to the table especially for those of the big cities. The alert comes with the latest edition of the Roma exhibition ExpoSalus and Nutrition, which was attended by citizens and health professionals in Fiera di Roma. Chefs and operators in this industry have expressed concern about the difficulty of easily recovering ingredients that are an integral part of the diet proposed by the diet, becoming an inalienable cultural heritage of Unesco Humanity and, in addition, reporting the emptying of the content as meaning Mediterranean diet. "The problem – says Chef Cristina Bowerman with several catering establishments in the capital – is not so much the cost of offering meals with Mediterranean diet products such as availability and logistics The model to follow – supporting the President Ambassador of Taste – what a chef has, who naturally has a much simpler recovery of the ingredients that have them virtually in place, but at the same time, the chef of the big cities has to get into a state with logistics platforms and perhaps introduce the liberalization of the farmers' market, thinking about possible tax cuts. "
From a strictly nutritional point of view, Giuseppe Scapagnini, a clinical biochemist at the University of Molise and the director of the Roma ExpoSalus promotional committee, highlights the problem that the Mediterranean diet message "has been emptied of content linking this concept to marketing and neglecting nutritional values of food, is to highlight with greater attention on food product labels "(ANSA).
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