Get in your greens with these fiber-wrapped protein lunch wraps for on-the-go
This meal plan capitalizes on the sunny flavors of the Levant, brightening your table morning, noon and night.
We now know what we eat plays a major role in lowering the worst kind of inflammation. And the best anti-inflammatory diet is hands-down one of the overall healthiest – and most delicious.
Here’s another reason to give the Mediterranean diet a try: It can lead to better blood pressure control (and a longer life).
Improved heart health, reduced inflammation, easier aging and now, a healthier brain – the Mediterranean diet offers an abundance of benefits, including the potential to keep you smart, snappy and cognitively centered at any age.
Give your pantry a Med makeover and fill it with these essential items that'll make your meals more flavorful and healthier.
Not only is the Mediterranean diet delicious but it also boasts many health benefits. Did you know that it even supports brain health as you age? Follow this one-week meal plan to help nourish your brain and support your overall health.
We've planned out a week's worth of snacks to support your liver (that also happen to be Mediterranean and gluten-free). We’ve also set you up with a grocery list and game plan to ensure you can be in and out of the kitchen in just an hour.
The Mediterranean diet is one of the healthiest ways of eating – and with its focus on seafood and veggies, it’s also proving to be especially important for your brain health both now and into the future.
Based on new research, the Mediterranean diet could be just the right lifestyle change to help you achieve better, more restful sleep.
One of nature’s richest sources of fats with anti-inflammatory properties, extra-virgin olive oil is linked to a wide range of benefits, from cardiovascular health to weight control to pain relief. We’re taking the mystery out of buying, storing and using this Mediterranean superfood.
Take it from the Harvard Medical School: Beans and legumes can help control blood sugar, improve weight control and lower blood pressure. The Mediterranean region has long relied on beans and legumes for adding protein and fiber to soups and stews.
Fresh produce is packed with nutrients that nurture your heart while staving off stroke, cancer and the weight gain that can come from energy-dense foods, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Step away from the pantry and open your fridge instead (and get familiar with your local farmers’ market):
This dish gets its amazing flavor from pomegranate molasses, an intensely sweet and sour syrup typically found at Middle Eastern markets, specialty food stores and natural foods supermarkets.