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.
Healthier happy hours are on the horizon, thanks to these superfood cocktails. Made with antioxidant-rich ingredients, you can feel better about imbibing.
Wake up your breakfast with these unique oatmeal recipes packed with protein, fiber and plenty of flavor. Your morning just got a whole lot brighter.
Pizza, please! McKel Hill, founder of the popular Nutrition Stripped blog, shares her Zucchini Pizza Crust With Lemony Pea Pesto recipe from her new cookbook.
Kitchen inspiration starts here. McKel Hill, founder of the popular Nutrition Stripped blog, shares her Plantain Flatbread With Poached Egg and Honey Drizzle recipe from her new cookbook.
McKel Hill, founder of the Nutrition Stripped blog, shares her Chocolate Fudge Paletas recipe from her new cookbook.
If kale is king of leafy greens, then turmeric is sultan of all spices. Known for its anti-inflammatory benefits, here are 10 delicious turmeric recipes.
Are your post-workout smoothies up to par? Here’s what you should be drinking after every type of exercise to replenish lost nutrients and recover.
Looking for an easy on-the-go lunch that won’t hurt your wallet or your waistline? These flavorful veggie wraps are easy to prepare and make filling meals.
Spoiler alert: Lobster rolls and fish tacos are far from health foods. That’s why we’re bringing you eight healthier recipes for these summer comfort foods.
Think veggie burgers are flavorless and not filling? This mouthwatering veggie burgers recipe features hearty quinoa, black beans and beetroot.
Beat the summer heat with these refreshingly healthy watermelon recipes from some of our favorite food bloggers. Skewers, salads, lemonades — it’s all here!
This velvety strawberry cheesecake recipe is simply irresistible, especially with a quarter of the fat the dessert usually packs.