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Healthy Recipes With Buffalo Sauce Featured Recipe Slideshow Image
<p>Your love for all things saucy and spicy doesn't have to stop at Buffalo wings. We've taken cult-favorite Buffalo sauce and slashed the calories for a healhty sauce recipe to use to smother chicken, spice up a salad, give a kick to deviled eggs and even make vegetarian "chicken wings" in our Sriracha Buffalo Cauliflower Bites recipe.</p>
Author: EatingWell
Posted: January 27, 2016, 5:04 pm
Easy Vegan Slow Cooker Recipes Featured Recipe Slideshow Image
If you're trying to follow a vegan diet—or just eat more plant-based foods—these healthy vegan crockpot recipes will help you do it deliciously and conveniently. From Shiitake & Noodle Hot & Sour Soup and Slow-Cooker Moroccan Lentil Soup to Overnight Oatmeal and Slow-Cooker Chai Apple Butter, just set it, forget it and let your slow cooker do the work for you! <strong><a href="node/278624">Download a FREE Vegan Recipes Cookbook!</a></strong>
Author: EatingWell
Posted: January 25, 2016, 7:40 pm
7-Day Energizing Meal Plan Featured Recipe Slideshow Image
<p><strong><a href="" target="new">Get the Full Printable 7-Day Meal Plan >></a></strong></p><p>When you need a little pick-me up, skip the sugar-laden energy drink that can lead you to crash and burn. Instead opt for <a href="" target="new">natural energy-boosting foods</a> and strategies. A light dinner can be just the thing to help boost your energy in the evening. The smaller volume of food means less energy needed for digestion, leaving more for the task at hand. Focusing on protein and limiting–not eliminating–carbs can keep the sleep promoting neurotransmitter, serotonin, at bay. Try these healthy recipes for a natural energy boost.</p>
Author: EatingWell
Posted: January 19, 2016, 9:37 pm
Healthy Dinners for a 1500-Calorie Diet Meal Plan Featured Recipe Slideshow Image
<p>When you surround yourself with healthy and delicious food, losing weight is easier than you think. These 7 dinners are just the start of a must-have 1500-calorie meal plan that will keep you feeling full and satisfied as you slim down. <br><br><a target="new" href=""><strong>Get the Full Printable 7-Day Meal Plan >></strong></a></p>
Author: EatingWell
Posted: January 12, 2016, 10:01 pm
DASH Diet Meal Plan  Featured Recipe Slideshow Image
<p>The DASH diet (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) may help you lower your blood pressure, lose weight, reduce your diabetes risk and improve your overall health. Voted the No. 1 &ldquo;<a href="" target="new">Best Diet Overall</a>&rdquo; by <em>U.S. News &amp; World Report</em>, the DASH diet promotes a balanced approach to healthy eating. The DASH diet focuses on what you <em>can</em> eat rather than what you <em>can&rsquo;t</em> eat: plenty of fruits and vegetables, low-fat dairy, whole (versus refined) grains and lean protein, especially poultry and fish. Give the DASH diet a try with the delicious recipes in this meal plan. </p>
Author: EatingWell
Posted: January 12, 2016, 9:43 pm
Author: EatingWell
Posted: January 8, 2016, 3:30 pm
Top 50 Healthy Recipes of 2015 Featured Recipe Slideshow Image
Celebrate the new year with EatingWell’s best healthy recipes! Our top 50 healthy recipes of 2015 will help you plan your weekly menu and eat healthier in the new year. We’ve included healthy recipes featuring fresh vegetables and fruits from every season, lean protein and healthy whole grains. Try our Spaghetti Squash Lasagna with Broccolini to boost your vegetable intake, Sweet Potato Mac & Cheese for a weeknight dinner your family will love or Almond Butter & Banana Protein Smoothie for an easy on-the-go breakfast. <strong><a href="">Download a Free Cookbook of Our Top 10 Recipes!</a>
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Posted: December 22, 2015, 3:07 pm
Author: EatingWell
Posted: December 18, 2015, 5:46 pm
Recipes to Help You Learn to Love Bitter Foods Featured Recipe Slideshow Image
<p>Even if bitter foods have turned you off before, consider giving them another try. The compounds that give some foods their bitter taste are the same ones that have been shown to help protect against diseases like cancer. There are ways to trump your tastebuds initial reaction by adding a little bit of fat, sugar and a salt. Plus, bitter foods, like broccoli rabe, cabbage, kale and grapefruit, are super healthy. Try these delicious and bitter recipes and you may become a Brussels sprouts lover (if you're not already).</p>
Author: EatingWell
Posted: December 18, 2015, 5:28 pm

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