What’s not to love about this refreshing blend of tropical flavors — mango, coconut and lime — and strawberries? Especially when you can squeeze in your minimum daily serving of veggies!
Smoothies offer a convenient, refreshing way to fuel your day. But bad habits can keep you from getting that burst of energy and nutrients you need. Learn what not to add to your smoothie.
An all-around healthy meal, this turkey stew provides lean protein, low-glycemic potatoes and a rainbow of colorful antioxidant-loaded vegetables.
You’re home for dinner. You want quick, but healthy and no fuss. Try a Buddha bowl.
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Smoothies can serve as a cool, creamy, delicious meal-in-a-glass. But does your favorite smoothie nourish you or just satisfy your taste buds? Learn which ingredients no smoothie should be without!
Try adding a vegetarian meal to your menu, such as this quick, crisp sandwich, at least once a week. It’s an easy-to-pull-together, light meal for warm summer evenings.
This hearty tomato soup with chickpeas and lentils is seasoned with Indian spices and peanuts. With all the flavor, you won’t miss the meat!
Studies demonstrate that including chocolate rich in flavanols like dark chocolate made with 70 percent cocoa can help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease risk.
Eating a diet loaded with these plant-based foods, such as this tasty dish, can help you stay at a healthy weight.
Fish is not only delicious, but it’s rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Eating fish, like tuna, on a regular basis can help reduce inflammation caused by inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).