Center of Social Research on the Mediterranean Diet

Il libro bianco - The White Paper
"Ancel Keys and the Seven Countries Study"

Courtesy of Professor David L. Katz MD (Yale University)

Universal Pyramid of the Mediterranean Diet (pdf)
Granaries of the Mediterranean

The MedEatResearch Center has been founded in April 2012 at the University of Naples "Suor Orsola Benincasa". The aim of the Center is to study, valorize and promote the food cultural heritage of Southern Italy, and to increase exchanges of knowledge, traditions and social practices concerning food, nature and conviviality between the Mediterranean countries.

On the 16th of November 2010 the Mediterranean Diet was recognized as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. Fifty years before the American physiologist Ancel Keys discovered in Naples a particular pattern of food habits that he named with the new expression "Mediterranean Diet". This story is one of the main social, anthropological and pedagogical focuses of the Center.

The Pioneers of the Mediterranean Diet

In the Spotlight

Segreteria Studenti

Proroga immatricolazione lauree magistrali biennali (a.a. 2019/20)

Iscrizioni ai test d'ingresso

Test di ammissione 2020/2021 - sessione primaverile

Dipartimento di Scienze formative, psicologiche e della comunicazione

Ricalendarizzazione esami di profitto

Avvisi generali

Demo per la fruizione della didattica on line

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Assistenza lezioni on line

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Unisob viene a casa da te: le parole del Rettore

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Didattica a distanza - chiarimenti sulle modalitÓ

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Tu resta a casa: UNISOB viene a casa da te

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