Make this light and flaky fish in a flash for a healthy weeknight dinner. Cod is a heavy source of protein, and this recipe is filled with healthy ingredients, including garlic, which reduces blood pressure; olive oil, which boosts brain health; and tomatoes, which help prevent and protect against cancer. Get the recipe.
This rice recipe is loaded with flavor, fiber and protein. Research shows that a spoonful of black rice bran, or 10 spoonfuls of cooked black rice, contains more health-promoting anthocyanin antioxidants than found in a spoonful of blueberries, but with less sugar and more fiber and vitamin E antioxidants. Get the recipe.
Low in calories and high in fiber, this recipe sends you on a quick trip to the Mediterranean. Perfect for an easy side or lunch, this grain dish is filled with fiber, iron and protein. Get the recipe.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this creamy combo that’s light and fluffy. This treat is low in sugar but high in healthy fats, fiber and protein. Get the recipe.
This dark-chocolate dessert provides tons of heart-healthy benefits while keeping your waistline intact. Skip the store-bought stuff and whip this up at home instead. Get the recipe.
This cake cuts out the sugar and delivers natural sweetness with bananas, honey and vanilla. Plus, the chia seeds in this cake are packed with omega-3s and anti-inflammatory properties, making this a guilt-free dessert your family can really enjoy. Get the recipe.
Corn is loaded with fiber and antioxidants. Mix it with this easy vegetable broth for a healthier spin on creamy comfort food. Get the recipe.
Made with vitamin C-rich peppers, metabolism-boosting hot sauce and omega-3 rich walnuts – this dip has the zing and flavor that is sure to satisfy. Use it as a vegan filling for stuffed mushrooms, a dip for seafood or as a spread for crostini. Get the recipe.
Who doesn’t love chicken marsala? The rich sauce, the big portions of juicy chicken and the mouthfeel that goes along with the meal. This recipe for two that will cost you only 150 calories and 1g of saturated fat. Get the recipe.
High in vitamin C and a good source of fiber, fennel can stand with just about any plant when it comes to its health benefits. Enjoy it daily in salads, dips or alone with a little olive oil and black pepper. Get the recipe. Read more »