Two weeks of slimming, health-boosting meals in a snap? It's that easy with our delicious, dietician-designed meal plan that averages 1,600 calories a day.
Coconut contains medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) that can be helpful in preventing cancers and may have positive effects on on immunity.
Mustard greens have unique compounds that help support your body's ability to detoxify and help thwart the development of cancer cells.
Sardines are a health food in a can! Loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, sardines can improve mood, brain function, circulation and metabolism.
The cacao nibs in this recipe contain antioxidant flavanols which are known to help lower blood pressure and act as an anti-inflammatory.
Aromatic, juicy pork tenderloin is complemented by sweet-tart roasted acorn squash.
Clean up your risotto by replacing rice with cooked cauliflower. Rich in antioxidants and cancer-fighting properties, cauliflower risotto will become your new mealtime staple.
These protein-rich patties are kissed with just a touch of maple syrup and topped with fresh, sweet cinnamon-spiced apples for a meal that works equally well for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Opt for a sweet red variety of apple that will hold its shape when cooked, such as Braeburn or McIntosh.
These roasted veggies make a delicious meatless dinner. Turmeric, a classic Indian spice, is a known anti-inflammatory with cancer-fighting properties.
Roasting the garlic first gives this creamy chicken dish it's mild, yet rich flavor.