Crave something sweet, but watching your weight? Replace store-bought sweets with these homemade treats. You’ll boost your fiber while slashing calories and fat.
To look good and feel good, try working more veggies, legumes and fruit into your meals. These tasty salad recipes show you five ways to enjoy their potent health benefits.
Every night you hear, “What’s for dinner?” If chicken’s on the menu, don’t reach for a tired old recipe. Surprise the family with one of our popular Asian, Mexican and Mediterranean-inspired dishes.
Brussels sprouts pack ample amounts of fiber, vitamins C and K, and antioxidants in each serving. Skip boiling them and instead try roasting them or pairing them with complementary flavors.
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From grilled southwestern slaw to apple-fennel-mint salad, these vegetable recipes add texture, flavor, nutrients and a pop of color to any plate.
Avocados are packed with healthy monosaturated fatty acids, potassium and fiber. But they’re also kind of temperamental. Here’s how to use your overripe ones.
Get ready to load up on fresh fruits and veggies, healthy fats, whole grains and lean proteins. Add these heart-healthy Mediterranean Diet recipes to your weekly rotation.
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.