As technology makes it easier to order delivery or eat alone, conviviality—the pleasure of eating with others—is becoming tougher. These strategies make it easier to create joyful, communal food experiences.
This May, International Mediterranean Diet Month acknowledges the impacts conscious eating can have on mental, physical, and planetary health across the world.
New research reveals that children who follow a Mediterranean-style diet are more likely to have healthier weight status, and better quality sleep.
The Mediterranean is well-known for its intoxicating cuisines of simple, fresh dishes. According to the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition, this diet is a healthy and sustainable model for everyone. What’s its secret? A hearty dose of carbohydrates.