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Elisabetta Moro


Italian Associate Professor of Cultural Anthropology and Vice President of the Center of Social Research on the Mediterranean Diet (MedEatResearch) at the University of Naples S.O.B.

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15.11.2014 Elisabetta Moro
The Mediterranean diet involves not only what people eat, but also how, where and with whom. As such, it refers to the “art of living”, that is to say, the translation of the Greek word "diaita". In the 20th century, when the eating habits of rural labourers in this region were discovered to be beneficial to their health, many of the more affluent began following their example.
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