The week of April 25 to April 29 is the National Every Kid Healthy Week, and an often overlooked diet is that of the Greeks. Greek communities have often had the reputation of living longer and having lower rates of chronic disease than many people in other regions of the world. The Greek diet is full of seafood, fruits, vegetables, grains, beans, and healthy fats. The Greek-Mediterranean diet is based on the influences of nearby countries, such as Spain, Italy, and France. Research suggests that following a Mediterranean Diet can decrease your risk of heart attack, stroke, diabetes, obesity, and more. This week, consider implementing some of these foods into your diet.