The Mediterranean Meal Plan
#1 Diet for Healthy Eating
Rated #1 diet overall by U.S. News & World Report
The Best Ingredients
Organic produce and responsibly sourced seafood and meats
Delivered to your doorstep, no grocery store required
Mediterranean Meal Plan Delivered
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Responsibly Sourced Protein
Sustainable seafood and antibiotic- & hormone-free meats
Sourced from nuts, seeds, avocados, and olives
House-made Sauces and Spices
Carefully crafted with flavors that span the globe
Mediterranean Nutritional Info
Balanced plant-based meals to keep you healthy and happy Approved by our in-house dietitians
- Perfectly Portioned: About 550-800 calories per serving
- Packed with Protein and Fiber: At least 15 grams protein & 5 grams fiber per serving
- Good Fats: Rich in omega-3s and good fats sourced from olives, nuts, seeds, and avocados.
Frequently Asked Questions
Learn More About The Mediterranean Diet
Pillars of the Mediterranean Diet
The Mediterranean diet is rooted in an abundance of fresh plant-based foods including fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, beans, and legumes, with olive oil being the primary source of monounsaturated fat. Fish and seafood follow as a primary source of protein with moderate amounts of poultry, dairy, and eggs to follow. Red meat and sugary treats should be consumed relatively rarely and in moderate portions.
Origins of the Mediterranean Diet
The Mediterranean Diet was identified in the 1960s as research continued to show populations from Mediterranean regions, particularly Southern Italy, the isle of Crete, and Greece, were considerably healthier, with less incidence of disease and longer lifespans than seen in other regions. Studies indicated that the way these populations ate seemed to be the common denominator and through research, the Mediterranean diet was formally born.
Sample Meal Ideas for a Well-Rounded Mediterranean Diet
To supplement the Sun Basket Mediterranean Meal Plan dinners, here are a few ideas for other meals.
- Breakfasts: Vegetable omelet, oatmeal and fruit, greek yogurt and nuts
- Lunches: Tuna salad, whole-grain vegetable wrap, green salad with grilled fish
Clinical Support for the Mediterranean Diet
Acclaimed by a range of clinical publications, the Mediterranean diet was recently named the #1 Best Diet Overall and #1 Diet for Healthy Eating by the U.S. News and World Report.
Olive Oil, a Good Fat
Olive oil is an important staple in the Mediterranean diet. Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) is a good source of monounsaturated fat, which is shown to improve cholesterol levels. We recommend keeping a good-quality olive oil on hand for cooking your Sun Basket Mediterranean Meal Plan dinners.
Pairing with an Active Lifestyle
As with any diet, physical activity is essential in establishing your a healthy lifestyle. Even light exercise, such as walking or yoga, is enough to get your heart rate up and benefit your overall well-being. We recommend finding a routine you're likely to stick to, like a nightly stroll with your family after dinner or a spin class with your best friend.