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- Senior Level (24644)
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The format and design of the web site were simple and easy to use. There were 11 main areas offered as navigation links, resulting in a complete of 682 online web pages that were developed and released during the analysis (including pages that were updated on the 6-month trial). For simple navigation, web pages were linked to one another, where appropriate, and the size of each web page was small relatively, in order to avoid having to scroll to gain access to information.
For this purpose, links for some webpages also opened in a new window. Several theoretical models informed the introduction of the Mediterranean Eating website. To be able to overcome the barrier of cost, the website included a ‘Fruit and Vegetable of the Month’ section, providing information on low-cost, seasonal produce. Cost-effective food shopping and preparation tips and low-cost meals, concentrating on the utilization of seasonal produce were also provided.
To deal with the conception that preparing healthy foods is frustrating, the web site provided simple, quick-to-prepare formulas. In addition, timesaving eating tips were provided about how to adapt everyday diet to the Mediterranean diet (e.g. freezing vegetables, portable fruit, canned legumes and advice when eating dinner out). To get over the perception that well-balanced meals are boring and tasteless, the web site encouraged participants to experiment with different flavors. Information was provided on the use of different herbs/spices, as well as on ways to include a variety to foods (e.g. use vegetables of different colors in food, add legumes and different vegetables in soups).
The Fruit and Vegetable of the Month section also included advice about how to get ready different seasonal products that participants might not have been familiar with. Lack of cooking food skills was tackled by giving easy-to-prepare recipes, requiring relatively few, easy-to-obtain substances. For participants with minimal cooking food skills, the ‘Better Eating Tips’ section also provided advice on ways to consume more Mediterranean in everyday life (fruit as a treat, ready-made salad and iced/canned vegetables and vegetable/legume-based dishes when eating out).