How You Can Refresh Your Diet

With Mouth-Watering Meals!

Healthy Eating is More Delicious and Easier Than Ever Before


Fat is our body’s main energy source. If you stick to low-fat foods, you’ll find your energy levels all over the place. Not to mention the increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, and heightened blood pressure.

But I want to teach you that balancing heart-healthy fats doesn’t have to be time-consuming or bland. And I know exactly where you can start...

With a FREE copy of The Mediterranean Refresh!

Yes, that’s right – FREE!

I want you to reach your goals too. I’m not the only one that deserves a chance to mend my relationship with food! I want you to know you’re not alone. Diets aren’t easy, but they shouldn’t be so hard.

Mailed straight to your door, this physical 256-page recipe book will refresh your diet. Experiment with over 100 zesty recipes and find your renewed energy! From Lemon Ricotta Pancakes to Roasted Lamb with Velvet Black Olive Sauce, these meals will invigorate and inspire you.

Heart-Healthy Mains

Ever gone out with friends and nothing fits your diet? I would show up with such discipline, only to end up feeling guilty.

Now I look forward to my enticing Mediterranean meals! I whip up tasty dinners for our group, with everyone asking for seconds. I’ve never received so many compliments for my cooking before.

What about birthday dinners, when eating out is the norm? Well, that isn’t a problem anymore. Because I found a fulfilling lifestyle with healthy food, I no longer feel bad about a treat once in a while. And neither should you!

Powerhouse Breakfasts

Grab-and-Go Snacks

Most diets are too restrictive. I felt like bread was evil! Reduced to a few small meals a day, there was never room for snacking. Which isn’t sustainable. I always ended up grabbing a bag of chips on my way home from work.

But with The Mediterranean Refresh, there are snacks. And they’re for everyone. It’s so refreshing.

I always find between lunch and dinner I need a boost. What better way to fuel yourself than tasty snacks? Chili Lime Chickpeas are my current go-to!

Will This Actually Work?

Known benefits of a Mediterranean Diet:

  • Boosted heart health1
  • Weight loss support2
  • Prevents cognitive decline3
  • May protect against cancer4
  • Supports healthy blood sugar levels5

Put yourself first and embrace a healthy relationship with food. Try The Mediterranean Refresh!

What’s beautiful about this book is that you can slowly add fueling foods to your daily routine. Just like I did! Whether you skip take-out lunches for tasty Tuna Pita Pockets or replace sugary drinks with Fruit Detox Water, you’ll be on your way.

But this is more than just a book. The Mediterranean Refresh is a lifestyle change. It’s a change in the way we interact with food and our bodies. This diet is about showing yourself love with healthy choices.

This book is for everyone – even inexperienced cooks! Each step is thoroughly explained and each recipe straightforward.

We’re all busy, which is why none of my recipes require fancy techniques or hard-to-find ingredients. Flip to a page, imagine the mouth-watering smells, and get to work (but not too much!).

I hope that once you read this book, you’ll join The Mediterranean Refresh community with those on the same journey as you.

There’s absolutely zero commitment that I’m asking of you or hidden charges. I just want to share my experience because everyone deserves a (re)fresh start! This book is something I wish I had when I began my journey.

Together we can unlearn unhealthy beliefs and move toward fulfilling ourselves. Health is not a number, it’s a lifestyle.

Join me and thousands of Americans on their Mediterranean journey with The Mediterranean Refresh today!

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1. Estruch, Ramón, et al. “Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease with a Mediterranean Diet Supplemented with Extra-Virgin Olive Oil or Nuts.” New England Journal of Medicine, vol. 378, no. 25, 2018,
2. Mancini, Joseph G, et al. “Systematic Review of the Mediterranean Diet for Long-Term Weight Loss.” The American Journal of Medicine, U.S. National Library of Medicine, 22 Dec. 2015,

3. Berti, Valentina, et al. “Mediterranean Diet and 3-Year Alzheimer Brain Biomarker Changes in Middle-Aged Adults.” Neurology, Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. on Behalf of the American Academy of Neurology, 15 May 2018,
4. Schwingshackl, Lukas, et al. “Adherence to Mediterranean Diet and Risk of Cancer: An Updated Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.” Nutrients, MDPI, 26 Sept. 2017,

5. Martín-Peláez, Sandra, et al. “Mediterranean Diet Effects on Type 2 Diabetes Prevention, Disease Progression, and Related Mechanisms. A Review.” Nutrients, MDPI, 27 July 2020,

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