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Pair salmon and lentils and you’ll end up with a dish that’s both filling and fabulous! Try this recipe from our wellness staff.
Looking for a tasty lunch or simple weeknight dinner? Try this Asian-inspired chicken salad that’s light, yet full of tang and natural sweetness.
A dietitian explains what you should know about complete and incomplete protein sources, including animal and plant-based foods.
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The charred poblano pepper in this black bean soup adds a nice level of heat. It’s perfect for either lunch or dinner.
Whether you’re concerned for your health, the environment or your budget, going meatless for some of your meals can be a positive step. Ease into plant-based eating with these healthful and flavorful dishes.
You can have your mac and cheese without dairy! Try our Wellness Executive Chef Jim Perko’s version, Creamy Vegan Mac and ‘Cheese.’
These aren’t your basic chicken noodle soups. Interesting grains like farro and barley meet colorful spices like turmeric and tons of fresh veggies to make nutritious, filling meals.
These recipes from functional medicine specialist Mark Hyman, MD, are a great way for anyone — keto or not — to bring real, whole, fresh foods to your plate first thing in the morning.
Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Functional medicine registered dietitian Lindsay Malone, RD, fields this one about pasta choices.