Adapted from a Prevention magazine recipe, comes a salad that is as simple as it is tasty and healthy. It features quinoa, a grain that is not only full of fiber, but also loaded with plant-based protein. But, the starring role of this salad goes to the luscious avocado that sometimes gets a bad rap for its high fat content. However, this seemingly decadent fruit is actually high in monounsaturated fat that helps increase good HDL cholesterol.
Adapted from a Prevention magazine recipe, this hearty warm salad is a wonderful side dish. Toss in your favorite protein (tofu, lean meat or nuts) and it’s transformed into a satisfying main dish.
Are you weary of the summer parade of goopy mayonnaise-laden salad standbys? Break up the monotony with this healthy autumn salad adapted from a Prevention magazine recipe.
Just in time for the summer grilling season, these turkey burgers deliver lots of flavor with not as much fat as traditional ground beef burgers. An easy maple syrup glaze and a dollop of tangy yogurt mustard sauce pump the taste up a notch as well.
Looking for a healthy indulgence to brighten your winter day? Your search is over! This versatile dessert features heart-healthy olive oil and protein-rich Greek yogurt, which replace the butter. A modern riff on a traditional favorite, egg whites help reduce calories, fat and cholesterol. Whole-wheat flour boosts the fiber content, too. Enjoy!
This Asian inspired salad is light, crisp, and refreshing. It is easy to prepare and pairs well with fish, chicken, or vegetarian main dishes.
As temperatures cool, warm up with some tasty lentil soup. Lentils are a staple of Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine and are a good source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. What I love about most soups is that you can vary the ingredients and amounts to suit your own taste. This lentil soup also freezes very well.
Although summer is winding down there are still more good days to Barbecue. This BBQ salmon recipe is chock full of flavor and healthy ingredients. See the recipe and ingredient benefits below:
These moist and flavorful muffins make a perfect on-the-go breakfast or afternoon snack. Unlike tempting, empty calorie baked goods, this month’s healthy muffin recipe is tasty and guilt-free. Yogurt replaces some of the oil in the recipe and keeps the muffins moist. Consider freezing an extra batch to have on hand for those cold winter mornings or unexpected visitors.