Somewhere toward the end of January and the beginning February, we could all use some help maintaining our New Year's resolutions. The reasons we made them start to feel less urgent, and sometimes we realize we might have bitten off more than we can chew. We get tired. It happens.
But whether your goals were too demanding, or you just need some fresh inspiration, eating better, cleaner, more nutritious food can always be attained with less effort or willpower than we might think. These 8 recipes prove that you don't have to sacrifice satisfaction or flavor to achieve your health goals.
We know: toasts were so 2016. But we don't care if it's not on trend; avocado toast with a perfectly poached egg is a Platonically ideal breakfast food packed with nutrients, and it's delicious.
Fighting the urge to snack can be one of the most painful parts of trying to change your diet. With these pumpkin no bake energy bites, you don't have to fight—enjoy these dense, satisfying balls of natural energy!
It's still winter, though here in Texas it feels more like springtime. Kale is still in season, so take advantage of its anti-oxidant rich, fibrous goodness with this hearty winter slaw!
Walnuts deliver protien and satisfying good fats, while olives and blue cheese play a briny complement to naturally sweet honey. Perfect for a light, nutritious lunch.
Chickpeas are loaded with protien, and make for a hearty meat substitute if you're vegetarian or just trying to cut down on animal protien. Moroccon flavors make this a refreshing midweek meal.
Bulgur wheat, tomatoes, fresh mint and parsley, salt, pepper and olive oil. It's that simple. This recipe is perfect for lunch, a light dinner, or a side to your favorite fish.
A childhood favorite, tortellini soup isn't just for kids. Fortify your soup with chicken stock for added nutrition, and throw in some fresh spinach just before serving for a delicious serving of greens.
Loaded with good fatty acids like Omega-3's, salmon is a satisfying protien that's good for you heart and brain. And the soy vinaigrette is great on both the fish and the salad.