This light, creamy chicken salad, placed inside half of an avocado, will wow your taste buds. It doesn’t call for mayonnaise and gets much of its flavor from healthy fats.
This breakfast wrap is filled with all you need for a great start to your day. It can also work as a tasty lunch or dinner.
With nutty almond milk and creamy almond butter, this raspberry smoothie will blast off your day with healthy fat, antioxidants, and phytonutrients.
With artichoke hearts and avocado, this colorful and hearty kale salad will fill you up and fuel you with veggies, healthy fats, and plenty of protein.
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This hash is a satisfying treat, yet contains lighter, healthier ingredients than traditional versions. Try it with jicama, turkey bacon, eggs and avocado.
Try this tasty twist on polenta with roasted cauliflower. Polenta, or cornmeal, offers whole-grain corn goodness in a delicious, satisfying meal. This recipe is also gluten-free.
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One of the primary benefits of nutrient-rich foods is that they can reduce inflammation in the body. Exercise can cause acute or short-term inflammation, which is normal.
If conflicting information has you confused about what a “nutritious” diet is supposed to look like, you’re not alone. Keep these seven basics in mind when you’re planning meals, buying groceries and dining out.