Elevate your summer BBQ with these healthy tuscan-style kabobs.
You’ll love this healthy spin on a Mexican classic.
This quick gluten-free pasta is also dairy-free. The light and lemony flavour is perfect for any day of the week, even after work.
The delicate sweetness of fresh green peas makes this pasta salad super refreshing.
Ginger and pear make a refreshing, crisp-tasting energy bar with lots of nutrients. Ginger helps fight inflammation and improve digestion.
Homemade granola is a delicious, quick breakfast helper. Try this flavourful combination of nuts, seeds and berries, and get a immune-system boost, too
The heart-healthy goodness of omega-3s and other nutrients in this walnut trail mix makes it an optimal high-energy snack for people on the go.
Instead of a taking store-bought energy bars on your next hike, try these homemade peanut power balls. They taste great, transport beautifully without crumbling and are a lot less expensive when you make them yourself.
Made with real, wholesome ingredients, these sweet and crunchy banana peanut butter granola bars are the perfect snack to bring along on a hike.
A subtly spiced rice dish, this is based on a classic kedgeree recipe but with extra vegetables to add vitamins. Serve with a side salad.
Make a healthier, better-for-you lunch by swapping ingredients like mayonnaise, salt and others for the ones listed in this recipe.
Few things go together as well as shrimp and couscous.
A small whole turkey is amazingly economical. It will give enough meat for at least 8 portions, or you can serve 4 people and have plenty of leftovers for sandwiches, salads and other dishes and make stock with the carcass. This roast turkey with lemon couscous is a wonderful pairing.
This healthy dose of fibre and flavour is perfect for getting your day started right.
This stuffed-pepper recipe is packed with iron.
This salad is filled with nutrients that will boost your mood and decrease your anxiety.
Grains of whole wheat have a distinctive sweet, nutty flavour. Here they are mixed with corn, toasted walnuts and crisp vegetables in a fragrant dressing to make a nutritious salad that is substantial enough to serve as a well-balanced main course.
One of the first grains to be dubbed a ‘superfood’, quinoa is a complete protein (possessing all nine essential amino acids) and is packed full of nutrients that may help regulate blood pressure.
The Incas called quinoa ‘the mother of all grains’ due to its excessive nutritional value. You can spruce up the colour of the plate by using white, red and black quinoa.
The rice, with its slightly chewy texture and Indian spices, provides the perfect backdrop for tender chicken, crunchy raw vegetables, sweet grapes and toasted nuts.