While refreshing salads may feel like a meal reserved for hotter months, we love serving them year-round, using seasonal produce. Shaved Brussels sprouts make an excellent base for a heartier salad (and pair perfectly with dates and hazelnuts). We’ve kept the dressing light and refreshing so this salad can work any time of year. We love it as a nutrient-dense lunch or as a light side with roasted chicken or lamb for dinner.Continue reading “This Brussels sprouts salad recipe is a winner”
Even if you love your job, there’s no argument that it can make it more challenging to stay healthy. Finding time to workout, access to snacking, and all-day sitting are just a few of the health challenges you may face at work. We’ve come up with a few tips for keeping up your health during work hours.Continue reading “Easy weekday Mediterranean salad”
Some diets go just as quickly as they come, but the Mediterranean Diet seems like it is here to stay. Let’s be real though, it’s more like a lifestyle than a diet (probably why it continues to be loved by many). Overall, the Mediterranean Diet emphasizes the consumption of foods high in omega-3s and healthy fats, like fish and olive oil, and lots of plant-based whole foods like nuts, grains, legumes, fruits, and veggies.Continue reading “Is the mediterranean diet compatible with eating clean?”
This white bean salad features gorgeous root vegetables that make it perfect for the transition to fall. We love a hearty salad, and the sweetness of carrots balances well with the heartiness of the white beans. Add some fresh dill and it’s a winning combination!Continue reading “Grilled vegetable white bean salad with dill”
We love a quinoa bowl as a heartier version of lunchtime salads. You can squeeze in just as many nutrient-dense vegetables, but the grain base helps make the meal more satisfying. You can rotate the ingredients as seasons change, simply using this recipe as a guideline that will work year-round.Continue reading “Asparagus and garlic quinoa bowl”
This salad is perfect for summer! It’s a rainbow of colors and so fresh. If you are curious, here’s why we suggest eating the rainbow of vegetables. Try this salad on its own, or pair with your favorite protein.Continue reading “Dr. Junger’s superfood rainbow salad recipe”
When you’re really hungry, just having a salad can be risky. While fresh and nutritious, many salads lack the fiber, protein, and fat that will keep you satisfied until your next meal. The challenge of building a hearty and filling salad can be especially tricky if you eat a plant-based diet. Enter: this lentil beet salad.Continue reading “The bright lentil beet salad you’ll make on repeat”
Red cabbage is great for gut health; you can even buy or make your own fermented cabbage for additional digestive support. The insoluble fiber found in red cabbage promotes regularity and relieves symptoms of some gastrointestinal conditions. This red cabbage salad is perfect for a quick summer meal or add some protein for something heartier.