These beet recipes don’t just look good, they taste delicious, too. Plus, they serve up tons of nutrients and lots of filling fiber.
You don’t need to swear off gluten to avoid bloating, but limiting it can help. These gluten-free snacks can be eaten on-the-go and help keep hunger at bay.
Eggs are sunshine on a plate, packed with protein, vitamin D and other nutrients your body craves. Get crackin’ with these delicious egg recipes for breakfast.
Instead of buying artificially flavored mixes, try these homemade margarita recipes that cut down on sugar but still taste great!
Powdered peanut butter like PB2 is the secret to slashing fat from your favorite recipes. If you go nuts for peanut butter flavor, try these healthier PB2 recipes.
Let’s face it: Salads can get pretty boring. Up the ante at lunchtime with these tasty and creative recipes for mason jar salads.
You’ll pass up the drive-thru for these baked green bean fries, which are coated with gluten-free breadcrumbs. Dunk them in our spicy Sriracha yogurt dip.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with these healthier protein shake recipes that taste just like dessert! From Snickers to s’mores to banana splits, there’s a slimmed down smoothie for you.
Make healthier versions of your favorite Girl Scout cookies with these recipes! From Paleo-friendly Thin Mints to vegan shortbread, we’ve got you covered.
Forget the drive-through and say goodbye to any thoughts of the greasy spoon: These veggie takes on French fries are healthy, delicious and easy to make — no diner tax included.
If you thought a vegan Alfredo sauce was impossible, our delicious cauliflower Alfredo sauce has no cream or cheese and is just 64 calories per serving!
Elderberry is a nutritional newcomer, but it won’t take long before it pops up in your kombucha and overnight oats. Try these delicious elderberry recipes.
Ready to take a break from the blender? These unexpected protein powder recipes — including protein pizza, fudge, cookies and pancakes — will really hit the spot.
You don’t need to be a sommelier to start cooking with wine. From hearty stews to quick stir-fry recipes, you won’t be able to put a cork in that bottle.