Why is bone broth so good for you? A dietitian ladles out a simple recipe as well as health benefit information on this hot trend.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Functional medicine nutritionist Rachel Stockle, MS, LD, RDN, answers this one about the nutritional differences between bone broth and stock.
This whole-grain breakfast is rich in fiber and extra filling. Let your slow cooker do the work overnight to save precious time in the morning (and to wake up to a house filled with wonderful smells).
The word smoky, when applied to food, usually calls to mind barbeque and other meat-centric meals, not a vegan feast. But here is a dish that’s as savory and satisfying as it is plant-centric and nutritious.
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Bring a little Italian to your dinner table. This chicken scaloppini recipe calls for olive oil, garlic, fresh lemon and a little whole wheat flour. Each delicious serving contains only 150 calories.
Why buy a bottle of salad dressing when you can make your own? This easy-to-make recipe tastes great and has simple ingredients.
This colorful, satisfying dish can complement a main entree or serve as a light, flavorful meal of its own. The nuts and pesto over green beans boost the flavor and the nutrients.
Despite the rumors, comfort food and good nutrition are not diametrically opposed. Case in point: this delicious, creamy barley risotto.
Snow peas, which are thin and flat, lend crunch and a fresh flavor to this quick dish.
Move aside, BLT. Now there’s something leaner: SLT or a yummy carmelized shiitake mushroom, lettuce and tomato sandwich!