Diets that include whole foods will help you thrive — mentally and physically. That’s why we’ve put together recipes to help you stay on track with your health and enjoy your food at the same time.
A casserole is an easy-to-make, great dish to bring to a potluck or social event. The Tex-Mex Casserole with Corn-less Bread Topping is versatile, too, since you can leave out or add any veggies you have on hand or make it a completely vegetarian dish by leaving out the beef. This recipe is by Dr.
This is a classic restaurant salad that is easy to make with ingredients that you may already have on hand. It has the crunch of the kale and the sweet and sour tang of the arugula and sliced steak, which makes it a perfect healthy adaptation of the original.
Need a crispy, crunchy snack to munch on at work, or in the car, or to tide your kids over until dinner? These gluten-free, healthy crackers have flax for your brain and are easy on the gut. Kid-tested, too!
Using the MaxLiving Essential Bar makes this pie in a jar a nutritious, energy dense treat. This easy and quick to make pie in a jar includes fast-absorbing protein from whey and essential fatty acids from coconut milk. Eat for breakfast, before a workout, or as a healthy dessert.
Yummy cinnamon pancakes with a hearty blend of protein and coconut oil as a quickly absorbed protein and healthy fat. Eat for fuel in the morning or before a workout.
Brussel Sprouts are rich in vitamin K, vitamin C, and high in fiber, among other essential vitamins and minerals, but may express that they do not like Brussel Sprouts—in this delicious sauté they will! With Brussel Sprouts and delicious herbs, this Delicate Brussels Sprouts Sauté is a nutritious winner at any meal.