Instead of pasta, try these healthier, low-carb plant-based shirataki noodles that contain fiber from the konjac root. They also contain immune-boosting properties for better health.
Give your standard egg salad an Indian-style twist with curry, ginger and lime juice. Then turn up the heat as much as you like in this perfectly satisfying, quick lunch salad. You’ll also learn how to make perfect, easy-to-peel hard-boiled eggs.
Make this delicious smoothie for breakfast or after you work out. The healthy fats from the chia seeds and almond butter combine with nutrient-rich strawberries for a smoothie your whole family will love.
That grilled chicken salad you eat for lunch every day may keep your diet on track. But it can get real boring, real fast. Add a little spark to your meal routine to improve your health while staying trim.
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