This zucchini and shrimp recipe is Mediterranean-diet friendly and full of flavor! The chickpeas provide a whole food carbohydrate with lots of fiber, which will help to keep you full.
If you are someone that is trying to eat more fish for health, try this tasty cod recipe, which has a mild flavor compared to other types of fish. Cod is a great source of lean protein and pairs well with potatoes and broccoli for a well-balanced meal.
One pan dinners are great staples because they are easy to prepare and there is less cleanup. This whole food recipe is well-balanced and will be a family favorite for any night of the week.
If you are craving a Philly cheesesteak, but don’t want all the carbohydrates, this recipe is for you! This meal is high in protein and also high in vitamin C due to the bell peppers. Enjoy!
Granola bars are a great grab on the go snack, but many that you buy at the store are filled with added sugars and other processed ingredients. Try these easy homemade granola bars that even the kids will like!
Since the Mediterranean Diet was #1 for best diets again this year, try out this slow cooker recipe that is full of nutrition and tastes great too! Add some chicken breast or salmon on the side for added protein if you choose.
Are you tired of the same old boring breakfast? Try this healthy option that is made from whole foods! To ensure enough calories and protein, try two servings or add a serving of Greek yogurt on the side.
Looking for a new egg recipe that will have you coming back for more? Have this egg salad on some whole grain bread or in a whole grain pita for a healthy breakfast or lunch. Eggs are a great protein option and with avocado it also adds heart healthy fats and fiber! Yum!