Wellness begins at the table. Lots of tips for choosing what, how, when and how much to eat
Wellness starts with eating habits: healthy, local, fresh and seasonal foods to maintain health and fight aging.
“What, How, When and How Much to Eat” will be the key topics of the meeting to be held on Thursday, March 10, at 10:30 a.m. at the State Forestry Corps Public Relations Office room at 44 Via Salandra in Rome.
A conference discovering and rediscovering “we are what we eat,” as philosopher Ludwig Feuerbach asserted in the early 1800s, without forgetting that “The human body is a temple and as such should always be cared for and respected” (Hippocrates 460 a.C. – 377 a.C.).
After an introduction by Massimiliano Ossini, RAI television host, testifying to the benefits of a healthy and proper diet based on the Mediterranean Diet, there will be a talk by chef Alessandro Circiello, president of Federcuochi Lazio, who will illustrate how to properly combine foods.
Next, Stefano Cazora, head of the State Forestry Corps Press Office, will speak about his experience in communicating agri-food quality protection.
In conclusion, Dr. Mauro Mario Mariani, M.D., a surgeon specializing in angiology. He jokingly calls himself an mangiologist, considering his professional activity dedicated for years to proper nutrition with the Mediterranean diet, and will present his book “The Tao of Nutrition”, a unique volume, a compendium of awareness from the stimulating mix of literature and science, to outline, and at the same time explain, a right or wrong choice: the white Tao (beneficial) or the black Tao (toxic).
Because according to him, food, besides never being gray-neutral, heals, rebalances, sustains, strengthens and purifies when chosen and combined with a logical method.