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Gordon was one of her clients. Every five years, a member advisory board writes those guidelines, which dictate what the average American Love to eat black women eat to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

The current board has only two black members. African-Americans are at a much higher risk for a number of genetic predispositions and health issues, many of which are strongly influenced by diet.

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The numbers speak volumes. Tk Americans face a significantly higher risk of diabetes than white Americans, particularly for Type 2 diabetes: The prevalence is 1.

The prevalence of high blood pressure in African-Americans in the United States is among the highest in the world.

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They have to start incorporating foods that are not common to them. Natalie Webbanother registered dietician and nutritionist in the D.

Psyche Love to eat black women, associate professor and chair of American Studies at the University of Maryland, powerfully described how people react to interventions in their diet. It makes people feel like their cultural sustainability has been compromised. Few, if any, cuisines are more firmly attached to African-American culture than soul food, which took on an especially political meaning in the s.

Cultural historian Jessica B. Eating neckbones and chitterlings, turnip greens and fried chicken became a political statement for many.

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His doctor sent him to Jones last year because he had been diagnosed as pre-diabetic. He made the suggested dietary changes with aplomb, but not without increased financial strain as he attempted to provide healthy meals to his family.

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You see celebrities and athletes eating a plant-based diet. But when Brown first opened his vegan soul food restaurant seven years ago, he saw some resistance from the black community. What do you like to eat? Let me tell you how I can make that vegan.

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And I think soul food is largely what gets short-handed as black people food, and things like veganism and vegetarianism get short-handed as white people food. A different diet could have maybe kept them here a little while longer.

A previous version of this story misspelled Capitol Heights and indicated that it is in D. In fact, it is just outside the city in Maryland. Communities HuffPost Personal Videos. Indeed, money is an inevitable issue when it comes to healthy eating.

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