The Mediterranean diet has long been seen as healthy, but now scientists have discovered it actually makes hearts healthier, making patients more likely to survive heart attacks or cardiovascular disease.
A study found those who had a diet rich in vegetables, nuts, fish and oils were a third less likely to die early, compared with those who ate larger quantities of red meat, such as beef, and butter.
So what’s the truth behind the statistics? Is this just another food fad? Dr Chris is here with the facts behind the headlines.
If Friday night means curry night for you then you're in for a real treat! James is in the kitchen with his mate Vivek Singh to whip up a proper Friday night curry - butter chicken and homemade naan bread.
James is back in the kitchen with another delicious dessert, perfect for the Bank Holiday weekend. His apple and blackberry Charlotte makes the most of this season's most delicious fruit and is super quick to make.
In true James style he'll also give a masterclass in his foolproof method for proper custard!
It's that time of year when everyone is inspired to get their bake on and former Bake Off champion Frances Quinn is here with her top baking gadgets to transform us all in to star bakers overnight.
She'll also be whipping up a super easy bake that any novice baker can create - strawberry shortcake cake, helping us all rise to the challenge and become master bakers in no time at all!
The sun is shining and we all want to spend as little time in the kitchen as possible, so we've invited MasterChef champion Ping Coombes to make a fast and fresh one-wok meal that'll take less than 15 minutes to get to the table.
Try these chicken and prawn parcels and you'll be a wok star in no time!
A recent study suggests that the Mediterranean diet could make you smarter! Phil Vickery shows us how to eat ourselves clever with his mouth-watering Mediterranean seared tuna and vegetable dish.
James Martin has a steak masterclass - talking us through four cuts of steak (rib eye, rump, fillet and sirloin) - and how best to cook them, along with tomatoes from his garden - making a salad with baby gem lettuce, spring onions and a walnut and dijon dressing.
Rick Stein might have put Padstow on the map, but Paul Ainsworth is the new kid on the block in Cornwall, with a Michelin star. A good friend of James, he's in the kitchen with a recipe for a Friday night fish feast.