Infographic: Capsaicin Boosts Heart Health — So Which Peppers Should You Choose?

The American Chemical Society confirms capsaicin, the compound responsible for the spice of many peppers, can have profound implications for heart health.

Eating Spicy Foods Regularly May Help You Live Longer

The buzz about chili peppers is heating up. According to a recent study, they may help you live longer as well as reduce your risk of heart disease, respiratory disease and cancer.

Tomatoes May Protect You From This Life-Threatening Tragedy

Want to slash your stroke risk? A new study says a diet rich in tomatoes may do the trick!

Recipe: Heart-Healthy Summer Veggie Chili

Throw summer's fresh vegetables into a pot and stew them up for an antioxidant-packed, Southwestern-flavored treat. Black beans also have fiber, folic acid and cholesterol-lowering activity.