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Why the Mediterranean Diet is good for Black women.
The Mediterranean diet can improve your heart health and help you lose weight.
Unsaturated fats, combined with some vegetables, protect against high blood pressure.
How to protect your ticker from heart disease.
Employers are now paying attention to the health of their employees.
Would you try the Okinawa, flexitarian, or fruitarian diets? Learn more about the diets people searched for most in 2013.
A university study of a largely Black and Latino group found that a Mediterranean-style diet was tied to heart health and longevity.
A recent study suggests that the key to dropping the pounds may be cutting back on the carbs a couple days a week and focusing less on the calories.
A nonprofit food and nutrition organization, Oldways, has adapted the concept of the food pyramid for African-Americans in an attempt to put an end to diet-related diseases.