Never tried coleslaw — grilled? We didn’t think so. Give our wellness dietitians’ version a shot! It’s filled with not only your traditional cabbage, but adds corn and poblano and red bell peppers in the flavorful, smoky mix.
Comfort food doesn’t have to be heavy! Try our tasty chicken meatballs paired with a sauce made from the season’s best fresh beefsteak tomatoes, developed by our wellness dietitians.
Never tried freekeh? This ancient grain is loaded with protein and fiber. Give it a try in our wellness dietitians’ Nutty Freekeh Tabbouleh, which is bursting with flavor thanks to cucumbers, tomatoes, parsley, mint, lemon juice and scallions.
Not exactly sure what to do with tofu? Try grilling it! This jerk tofu recipe from our wellness dietitians is exploding with flavor — and it’s perfectly balanced with a refreshingly crunchy cucumber salad.
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Committed to eating healthier? There’s no need to scour the internet (or the cookbooks on your shelf!) to find new recipes. Try these simple recipes swaps from our functional medicine dietitian.
You won’t believe what we stuffed inside our peppers. This recipe proves that you don’t need the meat and cheese for this traditional dish to be delicious! You can make our lighter version — featuring quinoa, collards and corn — with any color pepper you pick.
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.