Monday, September 6, 2010

Medieval Healthy Diet

London: The history of human origins, which is also apparently plays a key role in health. Since medieval times people have done it in a healthy diet. Eating patterns of people in the century can also be made in reference to dieting.

Dr Iona McCleery, a lecturer in medieval history at Leeds University, England, believes that it could help experts in dealing with obesity. Caroline Yeldham, a historian, revealed apparently eating patterns of people in the Middle Ages most of the grass type foods.

Dr. McCleery said that, in the past, upper class people who risked losing weight. However, today people are less able are more likely to become obese. He explains, "The poor in medieval times is a semi-vegetarian. They could not afford to eat meat. Wealth is also highly correlated with diet."

Caroline Yeldham claimed to agree with this opinion. He said that highlights the modern diet in contrast to the medieval diet that will make people think about what they eat. Medieval diet with food is very fresh. Only a few of preservatives, so all food is made fresh and low in fat.

Besides food containing salt and sugar is also low. Eating together regularly with the family also makes a healthy diet. When you are required to eat together eat and chew more slowly that the food intake is not too much. By looking at the diet of our ancestors in the Middle Ages is an interesting way about how to see the difference in their food consumption and dietary patterns.

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