This grilled zucchini bruschetta is a lightened-up and delicious spin on traditional bruschetta. Packed with all the best flavors of summer (tomatoes and basil!), this appetizer is sure to please—plus it’s full of Vitamin C (important for the health of your immune system) and fiber (important for digestive health).
This vibrant, tart and lightly sweetened mocktail is as refreshing as it is tasty. Plus it’s rich in antioxidants and probiotics (gut-friendly bacteria) and contains only 45 calories per serving. This blueberry mule tastes best when enjoyed al fresco—so gather the ingredients, stir up a glass, and sit back and enjoy (if only for a few minutes)!
Shawarma is a Middle Eastern dish that typically involves slow roasted—for days!—meat (lamb, goat, beef, turkey or chicken) that’s thinly sliced and often served with pickled vegetables, yogurt, hummus, or pickles, then rolled into a pita or flatbread (or, in this case, lettuce cups).
If you’re spending more time at home than usual, you might be more aware that your kitchen (and fridge, and pantry, and candy drawer) is right around the corner. That can be tough for a lot of people trying to maintain their healthy-eating goals.
This vibrant and springy grilled salmon salad is bursting with crunch and flavor—perfect for a satisfying lunch or dinner. This salad is rich in healthy omega-3 fats essential for brain and heart health, as well as fiber, protein, Vitamin D, iron, and more. Serve with warm whole-grain rolls or seedy crackers, if desired.
Nutrition plays an important role in your energy levels, weight, and risk of disease—but finding the right balance can be tough. When it comes to fruit, veggies, protein, and fiber, how do your habits stack up?