We have several healthy recipes for our gluten-free readers. Whether you have celiac’s disease or are gluten-sensitive, you’ll find clean meals that fit your lifestyle.
Scrubbing the beets and leaving the skins on means you don’t have to peel them later, and slicing helps them to roast faster. The fish adds a delicately smoky note, while the chickpeas help boost the protein level of this creative salad.
Learn the factors that play a role in chronic inflammation, the silent condition that may contribute to impaired immune function, weight gain and even heart disease. To help you on your inflammation-free path are these quick and easy recipes that taste great and use nutrient-dense ingredients to bring you closer to optimal health.
Roasting tomatillos softens their sourness while adding a little sweetness, making them the ideal topping for chicken and zucchini.
Not your average quinoa bowl, this version spoons a warm sesame sauce spiked with refreshing orange over wild salmon and a bevy of tender veggies.
This creamy appetizer, one of Pamela Saltzman’s go-tos, is ready to serve in about 20 minutes. (She calls it “one of the best things you’ll ever eat.”) Make sure you use sheep’s or goat’s milk feta, which are more digestible than the cow’s milk version.
A rich, herbaceous butter turns this simple roasted chicken into a wow-worthy dish. Here, we dry brine the bird with salt overnight for a perfectly juicy result with golden skin, but if you’re short on time, you can skip that step.