Healthy Food Recipes
Who needs a detox diet when you cook with healthy, wholesome ingredients? Welcome each season with these delicious recipes.
If you’re trying to lose weight, manage blood sugar, or simply clean up your diet, bread can be a pain point and a trigger food. Many varieties are highly processed and made with unrecognizable ingredients, not to mention added sugars and empty calories. If bread is tripping up your healthy eating plan, here's an easy way to cut back without taking sandwiches, burgers, and wraps off the menu.
If you've fallen off the resolution bandwagon, you might be tempted to detox your body with a trendy (and expensive!) diet or juice cleanse. But the truth is that you don’t need to go on an extreme diet or ban all solids in order to get back on a healthy track. Instead, you can reset your system and rid your body of toxins while still eating real food. The trick? Focusing on protein and fiber-filled foods, and lots of fruits and veggies.
Going out to dinner can be a hassle: Long waits, crowded restaurants, and pricey menus — a whole lot of hoopla for a meal that's supposed to be hassle-free and relaxing! So why not avoid it altogether? Even if you've never made more than toast in your kitchen, it is possible to put together a delicious, make home-cooked meal that rivals any restaurant, sans the extra calories and dollars spent. Here are seven recipes that anyone can create in a flash.
A Valentine’s Day meal usually means decadence: a round of appetizers and a heavy entree topped off with a rich, gooey dessert (and washed down with a sugary cocktail!). To keep your diet on track without sacrificing the romance this February 14, surprise your Valentine with a homemade meal packed with flavorful ingredients that won't break the calorie bank.