Are you following the Mediterranean Diet? Looking for a dish that helps improve your health? Beets may be the dish you’re looking for! Read on to see why.
This year, Lifestyle & Health Columnist Roula Marinos Papamihail, CHHC, showed us ways to get healthy. Let’s take a look back at her fascinating articles.
Listen to Yiayia! It’s good for you! Lifestyle & Health Columnist Roula Marinos Papamihail, CHHC talks about probiotics in the Mediterranean Diet, and why they’re so good for us.
We all know the Mediterranean Diet is the healthiest way to eat. It’s so loaded with superfoods, it should wear a cape! Lifestyle & Health Correspondent Roula Marinos Papamihail, CHHC explains.
In Part 1, Roula Marinos Papamihail examined some of the ‘Greek eating habits’ that are beneficial and worth following. In Part 2, she discusses the ‘Greek eating habits’ that DON’T serve us.
The Mediterranean Diet is arguably the healthiest way to eat. But did you know that some of your Greek eating habits may not be serving you? Lifestyle & Health Columnist Roula Marinos Papamihail explains in the first of a 2-part series.
Greek yogurt with honey and walnuts is a staple in Greek homes. Did you know that this meal really does a body good? Roula Marinos Papamihail explains.
Bring on the horta! Dandelion Greens are so good for you, they are a veritable superfood! Lifestyle & Health Columnist Roula Marinos Papamihail explains.
We typically eat bakaliaros and skordalia together. We know it tastes great, but most don’t know that this particular combination of foods offers nutritional benefits as well.
Check out our staff’s top picks of Greek-related news articles we’ve seen on the internet. WindyCity Greek is your source for all positive Greek-related news and content. We scour the web so you don’t have to, and bring you the best! Check back every Saturday for a new list. Our staff’s top picks for Greek-related news articles this week: Nutrition: Mediterranean Diet Looks Good for Alzheimer’s The Mediterranean diet, high in monounsaturated fat…
Our next installment in a series of Q&A with American-born Greeks living in Greece. Chicago native Elena Paravantes shares her story.