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The Mediterranea Pottery Collection Follows the Mediterranean Diet

By: Gil Haddi - Published: • References: studionatural.it & notcot.org
Inspired by the traditional ingredients of the Mediterranean Diet, the Mediterranea bone china collection makes it beautifully easy to stick to a wholesome and well-balanced diet.

Choosing to eat differently is about making a lifestyle change, and these dishes designed by Studio Natural for Marino Cristal are all about integrating healthy eating habits seamlessly into daily life. Each color dotted along the rims of the plates symbolizes a type of food such as green for fruits and veggies and blue for meat and fish, with each one in direct proportion to the appropriate ingredient ratio of each meal.

Those following the Mediterranean Diet can visually appreciate how much they consume with dishes designed for starters, main meals and deserts as well. Stats for Diet-Designed Dishware Trending: Older & Warm
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