Mediterranean diet is a nutritional model inspired by the eating patterns widespread in some countries of the Mediterranean basin; it is also inspired by the eating habits of Spain, Italy and Greece in the 1960s. The diet was recognized by UNESCO and was included in the list of Heritage of Humanity in 2020.
The diet is based on foods whose consumption is usual in the Countries of the Mediterranean basin. In a proportion, it favors cereals, fruit, vegetables, seeds, olive oil, compared to a more rare use of red meat and animal fats (saturated fats ), while it has a moderate consumption of fish, white meat (poultry), legumes, eggs, dairy products, red wine, sweets.
Movie tourism in Malta
Especially thanks to the movie production of the last decades, Malta has become one of the main European countries for filmmaking. Not by chance, the