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S.likenoone srl promotes and creates synergies in Italy and abroad from a wide range of companies present in its customer portfolio. Healthy eating is synonymous with wellbeing because health begins right at the table.

This means regaining the sensory sphere impoverished by the frenetic pace of life, by food standards that flatten taste and flavours, therefore, take care of your health with healthy eating, based on the use of simple and natural ingredients and the balance of the organic Mediterranean diet.

The Mediterranean diet
In 2010, UNESCO registered the Mediterranean Diet in the prestigious list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity. This international recognition gives credit to the perfect balance of Mediterranean lifestyle as world excellence.
The word "diet" comes from the Greek "diaita", which means lifestyle and way of life. This relates namely to learning, knowledge and skills with which the people of the Mediterranean have created a precious synthesis between culture and nature over centuries, which come together within the world of food.

The Mediterranean diet consists of traditions, knowledge and skills ranging from the natural environment to the kitchen, embracing processing, preparation and, particularly, consumption of food. The Mediterranean diet is characterized by a nutritional model based mainly on cereals, olive oil, fresh or dried fruit and vegetables; while the amount of meat, dairy and fish is moderated. The Mediterranean diet is based on respect for biodiversity and land management, thus ensuring the preservation of the traditions and development of agriculture.

The Mediterranean diet is represented by the New Pyramid of the Modern Mediterranean Diet. It is composed of foods consumed mainly at the base, that is, pasta, bread, fruit and vegetables, and, gradually rises, other foods consumed at the completion of the meal, distributed, depending on whether the frequency of consumption is recommended daily or weekly . The New Modern Mediterranean Diet Pyramid considers the trends of the times and society, suggesting physical activity, conviviality at the table, water consumption and local products according to the season.

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