Your favorite clean food magazine is under new ownership, but the recipes, meal plans, articles and more will be just as you remember!
Our clean compatriots at Whole Foods Market launched Animal Welfare Week from May 20 to May 27, an endeavor targeted at helping people enjoy meat that is raised in nurturing environments with ample space – in other words, with respect.
No need to feel guilty when you reach for one of these crisp, satisfying snacks!
While all of our meals keep calories in check, we’ve got 30 options that are particularly low on the cals – each packing just 300 or less per serving! Toss them on your menu after a cheat meal and keep them around for your regular rotation – with recipes like mac & cheese, shrimp ’n’ grits and a loaded grilled cheese, they’re definitely satisfying enough!
When you're navigating the hullabaloo that comes with back-to-school season, lunches are an added pressure you just don’t need! Here are 20 Clean Eating lunch ideas that’ll have your kids feeling energized and, most importantly, totally satiated every day when the lunch bell rings! Note: If they’re picky about eating certain proteins, refer to our substitution suggestions!
Chef Nathan Lyon talks his new show, in which he seeks out America's best health-oriented restaurants, plus time-saving tips and why it's best to know who raises your chickens!
Chef Michael Smith talks food, family, time-saving tips and a very versatile legume: lentil!
Lentils are a fantastic source of protein and fiber, keeping you full for hours and replacing oft-fattier meats. Their iron content is particularly helpful as iron is a key component of the enzyme system that ensures a well-running metabolism! Here are four lentil recipes to help you burn fat and keep it off.
We take a trendy cruciferous veggie, roast it and leave you with an irresistible cauliflower linguine.
This reader loved our Creamy Cauliflower, Leek & Potato soup! Send your recipe images to email@example.com, or post via Twitter or Facebook!
Tosca gave us the lowdown on knowing when your food is still good and when to kick it to the curb!