Move over muffins, step aside pie. The good-for-you gourd takes center stage in pumpkin recipes that include smoothies, falafel, risotto and more!
Skip the breadcrumb fillers. These savory salmon cakes from the Run Fast. Eat Slow. cookbook are made with nutrient-dense sweet potatoes.
If you’re still not making your own hummus from scratch, then this recipe from the Run Fast. Eat Slow. cookbook will get you hooked.
This ginger-spiked granola from the Run Fast. Eat Slow. cookbook is high in potassium, iron and magnesium — minerals that many athletes lack.
Need to detox your diet? These 13 green smoothie recipes are so tasty you’ll forget you’re getting a healthy dose of vegetables.
Snack attack? These easy salted caramel energy bites are just 100 calories a pop and taste just like Halloween candy. Get the recipe here.
Need more vegetables in your diet? These quick breakfast recipes will have you starting your day with more produce — plus they’re easy to take on the go.
Packed with vegetables and lean protein, these stir-fry recipes make for easy and speedy weeknight dinners. Get ’em while they’re hot!
With an icebox full of these delicious, healthy freezer meals, it’s never been easier to have a nutritious dinner on the table every day of the week.
Don’t give up your favorite happy hour concoctions just because you’re trying to cut back. Sip on these low-calorie cocktails instead.
Skip the unpronounceable ingredients in store-bought brands in favor of these healthier, all-natural popsicle recipes you can make at home.
From coconut bowls to refreshing gazpacho, these chilled soup recipes are nutritious and filling. Under 10 ingredients each, they also fit your detox diet.
You won’t feel any guilt after chowing down on these low-calorie snacks — they all clock in at 200 calories or less per serving.
A little planning ahead will ensure you’re making healthy choices all week long. Steal these brilliant meal prep ideas for portion control and cooking in bulk.