This delicious, energy-packed, low-sugar drink is full of surprises.
Wake up to a warm, creamy bowl of sweet potato, grains, fruit, and nuts.
This collagen-rich soup hits the healthful spot on cold winter nights.
Leftovers shine in this delicious take on the classic Waldorf salad.
Savor the flavors of fall with this apple-infused breakfast dish.
This light dish featuring trout—one of the safest fish to eat—makes a perfect evening meal as summer moves into fall.
These creamy treats are made with an exotic blend of cinnamon, ginger, orange juice, and coconut milk.
This recipe tastes just like peanut butter cookie dough, but it’s made with fiber-rich garbanzo beans instead of flour.
This high-protein, low-cal combo is a snap to make and a treat to eat.
Get your day off to a healthy (and yummy!) start with this delicious oatmeal dish.
his Paleo-friendly, gluten-free dish skips the floured crust in favor of delicious-and oh-so-good for you-sweet potatoes, How do you make a Paleo quiche? First, you get rid of the conventional crust.
Ramen bowls are all the rage right now. Here's how to make a homemade version using zucchini "noodles" in place of pasta.
This tangy chicken dish is a budget-friendly, perfect easy dinner recipe for a busy weeknight.
his hearty dish is a warming, healthy addition to cold-weather meals. One thing I've found to be true in 26 years in the health field: you can trick your sweet tooth by feeding it nutritious fare.
Savor the flavors of fall with a healthy dose of pomegranate.
Don't be scared off by all of the ingredients in this buffalo chili recipe-it's a super easy dish to put together (and a real crowd pleaser!).
You've heard of one-pot meals. Now it's time to try the one-bowl breakfast.
Cool off with this decadent-but surprisingly healthy-dessert.
Yum! Coconut and cocoa are a match made in cookie heaven.
Snack (and crunch) your way to better liver health with this delicious dip.
Enjoy the classic combo of chocolate and orange in a whole new-and super healthy-way.
Turmeric shines when paired with sautéed shrimp and squash "noodles".
Step aside, chicken soup. This simple paste, made with garlic and spirulina, may soon be your new go-to immune tonic.