Diets that include whole foods will help you thrive — mentally and physically. That’s why we’ve put together recipes to help you stay on track with your health and enjoy your food at the same time.
Eggs and avocado are two of the most nutrient-dense foods on earth. Combine them in this breakfast for a powerful way to begin the day.
These biscuits are great served with butter, with your favorite soup, or topped with berries and stevia-sweetened whipped heavy cream.
When your kids want Swedish Meatballs, make them grain-free with almond flour. Plus, almond flour adds health protein.
Zucchini is a nutrient-dense squash and versatile when it comes to cooking. It can be made into spaghetti or healthy fries, like this recipe. It becomes a gluten-free, nutritious side dish to have with lunch or dinner. Make this zucchini fries recipe and make your family smile.
Kale is a top superfood, filled with potassium, calcium, and Vitamin K. Some say it’s bitter and difficult to eat, but add some garlic, almond butter, and apple cider vinegar with this Tahini Kale Salad recipe and you have a nutrient powerhouse salad that is easy to digest.
This vegan protein shake is made from delicious, nutrient-dense blackberries and plant protein combining pea, hemp, and sacha inchi for a complete protein. Drink before a workout, use as a breakfast, or dessert. It is delicious and nutritious for any person and accommodates any diet.