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Dominican Independence Day Meatless Monday: Mangú Recipe


Heart disease is the leading cause of death of all Americans with Latinos being particularly at risk. ¿Por qué? Latinos have high rates of diabetes, high blood pressure, and excess weight. Fortunately, healthy eating can reduce your risk of heart disease. Many traditional Hispanic dishes are as healthy as they are delicioso. For the final week of […]

Black History Month Meatless Monday: A Day of Healthy Foods

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Health disparities still exist among racial and ethnic minorities despite our nation’s strides in pursuit of equality such as the 1964 Civil Rights Act which integrated schools and prohibits discrimination in employment and public places. For example, African Americans are at a higher risk for heart disease–the number one cause of death in the United States. This Black History Month, I want to […]

Valentine’s Day Meatless Monday: 3 Tips to Keep Your Relationship Healthy


Show your amor how much you care this Valentine’s Day by making both of your health a priority and plan a healthy date for February 14th. 3 Valentine’s Day Tips for a Healthy Relationship Eat at home: Dishes served in restaurants tend to have more fat, calories, and sodium than home-cooked meals, which can lead to weight gain and increased […]

American Heart Month Meatless Monday: 5 Food Choices to Keep Your Heart Healthy


Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States. More than 1/2 of Latinas have three or more risk factors which include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, physical inactivity, obesity, and smoking. Fortunately, you have the power to prevent and curb risk factors and reduce the chance of a heart attack by 80%. February is American Heart Month, making now the perfect time to […]

Healthy Weight Awareness Month Meatless Monday: 5 Tips to Make Healthy Eating a Habit


69% of Americans are overweight and 35% are considered obese. This obesity crisis impacts the Hispanic community as well, with 39% of Latinos in the United States considered obese. Fortunately, we can control our weight with healthy eating and regular physical activity. This January, which is Healthy Weight Awareness Month, adopt healthy habits that will keep your body strong all year long. […]

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month Meatless Monday: Grapefruit Spinach Salad Recipe


11,818 women in the United States were diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2010. Fortunately, cervical cancer is the easiest gynecological cancer to prevent through regular screening and maintaining healthy habits, including eating nutritious foods. This Meatless Monday in January which is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, I’m sharing a delicious grapefruit and spinach salad recipe full of cancer-fighting nutrients. Natalie’s Grapefruit and Spinach Salad Recipe Ingredientes […]

Meatless Monday: Día de Reyes Rosca Recipe


The holiday season isn’t over yet–at least not for many in Spain, Latin America, and here in the U.S. celebrating Dia de los Reyes Magos or Three Kings’ Day. Also known as Three Wise Men Day or Epiphany, Día de Reyes in its abbreviated form is a Christian holiday celebrated 12 days after Christmas on January 6th when […]