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Kale smoothies, chia seed facials, fish oil-infused corn flakes – it seems that not a day goes by without some new super-food trend emerging, sworn to defy ageing or boost libido by celebs and health gurus.
But the Greeks beat them to it. Already a world-leader in sublime beaches and classic holidays, Greece has been on the superfood trend for at least a thousand years – how’s that for ahead of the curve? Some of the most famous figures in Ancient Greece put their trust in the super powers of Greek food.
According to mythology, Ancient Greeks used herbs to heal battle wounds, popped almonds to prevent drunkenness and drank beetroot juice to preserve their beauty!
Food is just one of the many reasons millions of Brits choose Greece every year, from mouth-watering meze platters to tender souvlaki. We know that Greek cuisine hits the spot, but does it do us good we never knew about?
We asked Nutritionist and Registered Dietician Katie Peck to give her verdict on these ancient superfoods – were the Greek Gods and Physicians on to something, or was it all a myth?
The key to everlasting beauty?
A healing balm of epic proportions.
A calming influence?
The source of Zeus’ strength
The perfect drinking partner?