An all-around healthy meal, this turkey stew provides lean protein, low-glycemic potatoes and a rainbow of colorful antioxidant-loaded vegetables.
Spaghetti squash is a great option to satisfy cravings for pasta without sabotaging your health goals.
This vegan, gluten-free salad provides 100 percent of your daily vitamin A and 100 percent of your daily vitamin C. It’s also a good source of fiber, calcium, and iron.
This dish allows for you to move beyond your traditional white or whole wheat pastas and experiment with a vegetable-based pasta —aka zoodles.
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Along with the traditional carrots, celery, and tomatoes, this version also uses tasty fennel and kale as well as flavorful onion and garlic.
We’ve ditched the white flour in favor of gluten-free whole-grain flours, including brown rice, oat, and teff, a traditional Ethiopian grain that’s high in protein, iron, and calcium.
Pork tenderloin is a lean cut that’s high in protein, low in saturated fat and brimming with all kinds of B vitamins. This tasty recipe also offers a dose of heat that blends perfectly with the cool zesty lime and cabbage.
A simple and filling breakfast like yogurt is easy to prepare and eat on the run. You can add various toppings, fruit and nuts to your taste to jazz up this dish.
The trick to this irresistible broccoli is in the roasting, and with the added Parmesan nutty-tasting quinoa, you’ll be hooked. Together you’ve got a veggie dish with filling fiber and health-promoting phytonutrients.
Making your own cauliflower “rice” is a snap in a food processor. Once you’ve tried it, you may never cook conventional fried rice again. Made with cauliflower and bell peppers, this recipe is loaded with vitamin C, plus nourishing protein from the egg and edamame.