Healthy Eating

Carnival squash with quinoa and black bean stuffing is a hearty vegan dish, suitable for all eaters at your table.
This dish features pork chops as the lean protein but you can easily substitute chicken if preferred.
This one pan meal balances fats, carbs, and protein to create a weekly menu staple.
Sea bass has a rich assortment of nutrients and is high in inflammation fighting vitamin D and essential omega-3 fatty acids.
Organ meats, such as liver, are one of the most nutrient dense foods and therefore are commonly consumed in ancestral diets.
Cooking this curry in the Instant Pot allows the meat and potato components to be fully cooked at the same time, making it a convenient meal for busy nights.
This vegetarian based curry dish challenges the assumptions that you need to have meat to be keto appropriate.
These protein filled meatballs are the best way to keep your macronutrients and your palate happy.
Filled with protein and healthy fats, this salmon and salsa will not disappoint even the most critical palate.
Soccer demands a lot of stamina out of you. Here's how a professional plans her nutrition during an ordinary day and on a match day.
This is a delicious and filling meal on its own but can also be served over spiralized zucchini, spaghetti squash, or with wilted greens of any kind.
If you notice any bloating, pain, cramping or effects that could be related to a combined or isolated milk protein allergy, such as eczema, you might want to try a plant-based protein instead.
Cauliflower is the great chameleon of the cruciferous vegetable world.
Eggs are not linked to cardiovascular risk, despite conflicting advice.
If you're not into counting macros and calories and building up nutritional spreadsheets, intermittent fasting may prove to be your best friend.
Kohlrabi is the alien vegetable of the cruciferous veggie world, so you won't want to miss trying this dish.
There are viable alternatives to animal-derived proteins for vegans, vegetarians, others interested in plant-based diets, and for those not tolerant to dairy or other proteins. Here's one approach.