You don’t have to go to faraway countries – Greece, Cyprus or France, anyone? – to benefit from a popular style of eating.
In fact, Sharolyn Jackson says the Mediterranean diet is more a concept than a place.
“It really is an eating style that can have any flavor profile ” said Jackson, the state leader of K-State Research and Extension’s popular Walk Kansas program, a team-based challenge that encourages people to walk, jog, run, bike, swim and move however they want to live more healthfully.
As part of this year’s Walk Kansas, which wraps ups up May 20, K-State Research and Extension offered a six-week pilot course on eating the Mediterranean way.
“The Med way is just healthy eating,” Jackson said. “But there are a lot of reasons why people feel