The Mediterranean diet is not only delicious, it’s healthy. Give these heart-healthy recipes a try for the holidays.
Try this classic split pea soup infused with flavorful herbs and vegetables. It will become a family favorite.
It’s true: You can make mouth-watering, lighter versions of your favorite Christmas cookie recipes that substitute natural sweeteners and lower-fat ingredients—and no one will know the difference.
Learn more about delicious heart-healthy holiday foods from different cultural traditions. Today, we look at the traditions of India: mughlai biryani and marzipan.
Cooking for the holidays? Here are some heart-healthy recipe options from around the world. Today, learn about Hanukkah traditions sufganiyot and latkes.
Check out this healthy and easy roasted beet salad with bacon, figs and walnuts from Dr. Mark Hyman. This beet salad is full of bright colors and flavors and perfect for any meal.
You will never miss mashed potatoes once you try this yummy cauliflower substitute. And you get all of the healthful benefits of the vegetables, spices, and flavors in this dish.
Pumpkins have a lot to offer: beauty, flavor and lots of health benefits. Find out how to best cut into a pumpkin to get the pulp and seeds and get a whole assortment of pumpkin recipe ideas.
Enjoy this roasted squash in just thirty minutes. This easy-to-follow recipe is the perfect side dish to spice up any dinner or holiday party.