The diet and nutritional behavior of Hispanics and Latinos mainly revolve around traditional patterns and their countries of origin. There are core diets that they still share despite this such as overreliance on grains and beans and large consumption of vegetables and fruits ( LeCroy et al., 2019). The Hispanic diet is mostly made of rice, pats, and ready-to-eat cereals and nut in much fewer quantities when compared to non-Hispanic counterparts. They like beef but are less like to consume processed meats such as hotdogs and burgers. Their consumption of milk and their products is higher than any other community in the US and almost double that of their non-white counterparts.