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Welcome to Cretan-Diet.Com!

The island of Crete is a paradise in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. An old villager once said “You can plant any seed in the Cretan soil and watch it grow” and over the years I have found this to be true. From olives to avocados to oranges and even bananas, this land has truly been blessed, not only because it produces these fruits, but also because it produces them with such flavor and quality. Ever since Minoan times the people on this island have sustained themselves by eating fresh fruits and vegetables, olive oil, cheese and legumes. It is only natural then, that the people of this land would reap these gifts and adapt them into their diets and in doing so shaping our understanding of what it means to be healthy.

Peter Mihelakis is a Registered Dietitian who lives in Crete, Greece.

During his career he has helped clients lose weight by placing an emphasis on caloric intake and the consumption of food that is unprocessed, fresh and local whenever possible. Growing up in the United States, he has a deep understanding of the modern western diet and all of its ills including obesity, diabetes, hypertension and heart disease. He has helped many clients get to a healthy weight with a system that is simple, easy to use and employs aspects of Cretan dietary patterns. Let him help you too. Join today!



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About Crete

Crete is the largest and most populous of the Greek islands, the fifth-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, and one of the thirteen administrative regions of Greece.