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.
Eating for a gluten-free lifestyle means you have to be prepared. In just 1 afternoon, you can make all 5 of these wheat-free recipes to yield a week’s worth of meals to keep you satisfied and on track. (You’ll find them uber delicious even if you’re not holding the gluten — we did!)
On October 15, join us for our second installment of the Clean 14 challenge to help bolster immunity, rev up energy and ward off weight gain. Make this a season of success with this balanced plan and our online support group to help keep you motivated and on track.
You don't have hours to research recipes and ingredients, so we made this month's meal plan more approachable than ever. With just the right combination of variety and practicality, you can eat healthfully (and avoid gluten and dairy) with ease.
Chips and dip can still be a part of your New Year's resolution with our homemade veggie chips – made from collard greens, taro and purple potatoes. Plus, we've got a 15-minute Asian-inspired dip that pairs perfectly with all three chips.
You won't miss that take-out pizza with this recipe for creamy polenta topped with mozzarella and tomato sauce from Great Bowls of Food.
Fish’D by EDO’s delicious salmon poke bowl by Josh Chaim is a foodie favorite at the Front Street Foods summer pop-up in Toronto’s financial district. The annual culinary market features foods from over 20 local food vendors as well as craft beers and specialty drinks to eat, drink and savor. Recreate this bowl at home and serve over top kale, brown rice or quinoa for a seriously satisfying dish.
Looking for a foolproof steak recipe? Preheating the skillet is key, and cast iron is recommended—it gets hotter compared with other skillets, resulting in a nice sear. Ditch the traditional potatoes for this cauliflower mash for 75 percent fewer carbs and more vitamin C.
A nutrient-dense chocolate truffle? Yes! You don’t have to be a professional pastry chef to make these delectable yet simple truffles that also happen to be high in vitamin E and fiber. Make them to wow your sweetheart, as a rainy-day project with the kids or to tame the wild chocoholic in your life. Molecules found in cacao may reverse age-related memory decline, so you will be sure to remember these after eating them.
Used as healing compounds since the early days of medicine, herbs have strong scents and flavors that indicate the presence of unique phytonutrients. Study after study shows that traditional healers were right: these plants are medicine. This simple dish brings some serious plant power with fresh herbs, mushrooms, olives, and quinoa. Mushrooms also contain unique phytonutrients, helping you round out this meal. For your next brunch, serve up some healing!