While extreme fad diets may result in weight loss, they don’t promote a sustainable, healthy lifestyle change. The best way to get healthy is to incorporate unprocessed food to your diet.
Garnish puréed roasted squash soup with crunchy pistachios, croutons, and apples for a perfect contrast of flavors and textures. Click here to see the recipe.
Sauté chicken and vegetables like peppers and baby bok choy in coconut oil for this fun-to-eat lunch that requires no bread. Click here to see the recipe.
This low-calorie, protein-packed dinner takes just a few minutes to make; steam the clams in sake and heat up the cubed tofu before serving. Click here to see the recipe.
The lentil base of this winter salad will keep you full all day long. Click here to see the recipe.
This vegetarian dish doesn’t need any meat to be filling. Cook whole grain orzo in the manner of risotto for a Greek take on the Italian rice dish. Click here to see the recipe.
Stuff a chicken with fresh herbs and lemon for a no-fuss dinner that everyone will love. Click here to see the recipe.