"The diet for a person with these characteristics is not far from the typical Mediterranean diet, which is the most beneficial and the one that has proven to be ideal for preserving cardiovascular health.
The Mediterranean diet is characterized by the abundance of foods such as bread, pasta, rice, vegetables, vegetables, legumes, fruits and nuts; the use of olive oil as the main source of fat; moderate consumption of fish, shellfish, poultry, dairy products (yogurt, cheese) and eggs; the consumption of small amounts of red meat and daily contributions of wine, usually consumed during meals.
Its importance in the health of the individual is not limited to the fact that it is a balanced diet, varied and with an adequate supply of macronutrients. To the benefits of its low content of non-harmful fatty acids, as well as complex carbohydrates and fiber, we must add the derivatives of its richness in antioxidant substances.
The Mediterranean diet, provided that their food and meal frequency are respected, is perfectly adequate and sufficient to nutritionally complement a person who exercises moderately or practices amateur sports. In case the physical exercise is intense or the person is a professional in the sport, he will need a special diet, since the requirements for energy, water and electrolytes are much higher. "
Dr. Joseph Perez. Clinical Hospital of Z Rehab Center