By Alice K. Thompson, February 20, 2015
The tastes and textures that soothe our souls don’t have to wreak havoc on our eating plans. The right recipe and a few ingredient swaps can satisfy your cravings while giving your body all the TLC it needs.
By Megan Myers, February 4, 2015
Valentine’s Day is the time to get cuddly and treat your sweetie, but that doesn’t mean you have to blow your healthy eating plan on a box of generic chocolates! Try these healthy dessert recipes this Valentine’s Day.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, January 27, 2015
Beans are nearly the perfect health food. They deliver flavor, fiber and protein. Plus, they're satisfying and super affordable. Luckily, they are easy to cook too!
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, January 20, 2015
Learning to make dressings took my salads from ho-hum to oh-wow! I use ingredients I already have like nuts, seeds and dried fruits to create different dressings all week long. No combination is like the other, which keeps me eating a lot of salad.
By Paige Schilt, January 16, 2015
There are plenty of reasons to limit your sugar intake — from managing diabetes to watching your weight. If you’re trying to reduce added sugars in your diet, check out our tips on identifying hidden sources of sugar on ingredient lists, and then dig into some of our favorite sugar-conscious recipes.
By Allison Burch, January 15, 2015
Tiny red adzuki beans deliver a low-fat source of protein and fiber while balancing the flavor of sweet potatoes and bitter greens in this satisfying, all-in-one dish: The result is a meal that’s full of flavor and packed with nutrients.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, January 13, 2015
Cooking with whole grains is an essential piece of eating a diet based in whole foods. Luckily, we’re here to help you navigate cooking times and grain to water ratios so that prep is a snap.
By Paige Schilt, January 10, 2015
“Healthy fats” and “essential fats” are buzzwords in the world of diet and nutrition. But what are healthy fats? What’s the best way to get them? And how much do we need?
By Allison Burch, January 8, 2015
Slow roasting tofu makes it delightfully rich and gives it a firm but tender texture. Combine tofu, balsamic vinegar, Dijon mustard and herbs and bake in this simple recipe for Oven-Roasted Tofu. Serve hot or warm with your favorite dipping sauce, or cool and add to salads and sandwiches.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, January 6, 2015
Smoothies are delicious as part of your breakfast or as an afternoon snack, and with the right ingredients, they can also add nutrients to your day.