Add color and deep fruit flavor to any baked or broiled fish, chicken or pork entrée, not to mention ample antioxidants, fiber and potassium. But avoid excess calories and sugar by going easy on the raisins and dates.
Get ready to drink more water this week. Staying away from sugary refreshments, like concentrated juices and carbonated sweetened beverages, is one of the best things you can do for your health. And we don’t have to tell you how important it is to stay hydrated. However, plain old water isn’t always as enticing to drink. Spice up your H2O by adding fresh fruits like oranges, grapefruit or strawberries, as well as herbs such as basil, mint or cilantro. Try one of our favorite flavored fruit-cube combinations – you’ll be hydrated in no time!
Inspired by the bold flavors of dal, the traditional Indian lentil dish, our hearty vegetarian patties are delicious served on their own or with warm whole-grain naan bread – just be sure to top them with our addictive sweet-tart mango chutney!
Melded with one pound of whole-wheat linguine, our pesto recipe provides a filling meal without the fat of traditional, heavier pestos. The vibrant green translates into ample chlorophyll, which helps trigger hemoglobin and red blood cell production.
Ingredients vary widely when it comes to these trendy, French bistro-style, open-faced sandwiches. Start with our basic recipe for snack time and, later on, try adding lean chicken, turkey, fish or more vegetables for a heartier meal.