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  • 1 out of 3

    adults in the nation has prediabetes

  • 30%

    of people with prediabetes will develop type 2 diabetes within 5 years if there is no intervention.

  • 58%

    of people with prediabetes can reduce their risk by participating in a structured lifestyle change program.

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Simple and Healthy Stovetop Popcorn
Celebrate Memorial Day the Med Way
5 Ways to Help Your Employees Stay Active at the Office
What is the Mediterranean Diet

Making fresh popcorn on your stovetop is delicious and surprisingly simple! All you need is a large pan or pot with a lid and some popcorn kernels. Homemade popcorn makes a great snack and can be made in advance to have on hand for later. Flavor your popcorn to your liking – some of our favorite flavor combinations include: paprika, black pepper, and salt oregano, thyme, parsley, black pepper, and salt shredded parmesan and black pepper cinnamon and nutmeg Pop, season… Continue reading »

Whether you are throwing a backyard cookout or preparing a dish to pass, consider placing a healthy twist on traditional Memorial Day favorites. Holidays have quite the knack for throwing us off track from making healthy eating decisions. After all, nothing quite beats a burger with a little char and a cold glass of lemonade on a warm day. By flipping this meal the Med way, you can have the best of both worlds; a juicy burger and fruit drink,… Continue reading »

This May, we are celebrating #MedMonth by providing resources and tips on the Mediterranean Diet. Although most of the resources involve healthy eating, a big part of the Mediterranean lifestyle is physical activity. It is recommended to be moderately active (e.g. brisk walking) at least 150 minutes per week, which breaks down to 30 minutes per day. Since employees spend a majority of their day at the office, and most of the time at the office involves sitting, it is… Continue reading »

Eating like those who live in the Mediterranean region has been shown to promote health and decrease risk of many chronic diseases. The Mediterranean-style eating pattern incorporates the basics of healthy eating that are traditionally practiced in countries that border the Mediterranean Sea. Eating the Mediterranean way is not only healthy, it is delicious and satisfying. Foods that you once thought of as too high in fat or unhealthy, including nuts, olive oil, olives, and whole grains, become an everyday… Continue reading »