We've designed 5 recipes geared towards weight loss to provide a healthy balance of macronutrients at every meal and snack. You can make them all in one day and experience what a day's worth of balanced eating really feels like -- or you can tackle one or two at a time and enjoy the novelty for a few days.
Go beyond spinach and arugula and bring some lesser-known leafy greens into your kitchen this spring. From peppery watercress to sweet pea shoots, we’ve got the dirt on what’s fresh this season.
Sweet sautéed fennel and orange juice mellow the peppery taste of watercress in this company-worthy dish.
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Both natural and processed sugars have 4 calories per gram, which can add up quickly.
This flavorful broth-based Vietnamese-style soup is infused with fragrant ginger, garlic and whole spices, then piled high with fresh herbs and delicate pea shoots for a hit of freshness. If your shoots are longer than a few inches, snip them into shorter, bite-size pieces.
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Meet the next big health-food craze that's garnering loads of attention. Frosty, layered and overflowing with nutrients, these impossibly delicious smoothie bowls let you get creative with a plethora of vibrant and textured toppings for the most stunning breakfast you’ve ever woken up to.
Dandelion greens pack a tasty, bitter punch that is best paired with other bold ingredients that can stand up to its flavor, such as the sharp Parmesan and flavorful sausage in this quick pasta. The leaves mellow as they cook, so hold back some fresh ones to toss in at the end of cooking for an extra kick. Serve with lemon wedges and red pepper flakes.
Toasting the whole spices and grinding them yourself is the key to this dish’s amazingly fragrant flavor.