Nutrition and fitness go hand in hand, which is why we’ve teamed up with Eggland’s Best – the nation’s #1 selling branded egg – to educate fitness fanatics on the importance of choosing wholesome and nutritious foods to fuel any wellness routine.
For all the super-fit, ketogenic, gluten-free or paleo Valentines out there, these healthy dessert recipes are the perfect match.
If you want to show your Valentine how much you care, prepare this delectable red velvet overnight oats dish. Made with cacao powder and beets, it’s a healthy morning treat worth getting out of bed for.
Make your produce last longer with these pickled vegetables recipes. They’re all simple, nutritious and provide that satisfying crunch.
Time to trade your russets for butternut squash and parsnips. These root vegetable mashes give you the same comforting taste of mashed potatoes with a healthful side of fiber and antioxidants.
Hit a Whole 30 breakfast rut? This sweet potato hash recipe is filled with chicken sausage, eggs and flavorful spices to keep you satisfied all morning long.
Want to add more greens to your diet? These 14 green smoothie recipes are packed with fiber, protein and other essential nutrients, like potassium and iron, so you curb hunger, too.
If you follow the ketogenic diet, these keto fat bombs will fuel you up without weighing you down. They’re low-carb and superfood-packed, so you can indulge guilt-free. Bomb appetit!
Need a healthy holiday makeover? This eggnog recipe has less fat and sugar than the traditional version, but it’s still lusciously rich and creamy.
Enjoy a warm bowl of this Paleo-friendly Instant Pot pork shoulder recipe, which packs the rich flavors of ginger, garlic and coconut milk.
This Whole 30 pork chops recipe is high in protein and flavor to fit your active lifestyle. Perfectly roasted squash and onions add a fiber-rich side.
Looking for a sinless treat to gift this season? Everyone will love these festive matcha chocolate truffles, packed with antioxidant-rich ingredients.
This Whole 30 recipe from the new Fast & Easy cookbook is the perfect weeknight meal. It’s one sheet and has the right balance of protein, fiber and carbs.
These en papillote recipes — that’s French for cooking in parchment paper — cooks food in 20 minutes or less, and keeps food moist and full of flavor.