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As I start to get me bum in gear after the holidays, being sick and such the first place I am looking in on the table and eating smart.
Grilling up some healthy (well kind of) food on the grill this summer is not a tough as one thinks.
This recipe came to us from Triathlete and Mountain Biker Casey Leal. Sweet Chili Chicken with BBQ Asparagus.
Simple soy sauce and brown sugar marinade, with hints of lemon and garlic, are the perfect salty-sweet complement to rich salmon fillets with a mixed vegetable skewer recipe. All on the grill.
A friend of mine recently told me she was having a "beet" party and she was serving beets. Needless to say I politely told her I was "busy" that weekend ...
Bring out the natural sweetness of these Mediterranean vegetables. An all vegetarian dish from Chef and Runner Bill Bailey.
A little Mexican in the summer time grilled outside to keep the heat out of the house. Eat outside ...
If you are a big red meat eater and have worked diligently to get other protein sources in your diet to be a little healthier and cut out some fat, here are 5 picks from Nutritionist Susan Weiner.
Simply Italian I: "A simply fresh pasta dish with wonderful flavor."
Serving Ideas: This dish is very versatile; add any of your favorite vegetables. Portabella mushrooms, zucchini, or broccoli etc. serve with an artisan
Here's a great breakfast to kick start your morning
Makes about 24 four-inch pancakes
Athletes train well in advance to get in shape and to gain that competitive edge. However, the area of nutrition is often overlooked and can make a major difference in a runner's endurance, risk of injury and overall health.
Most of the time we try and feature healthy recipes in this section. I mean we actually have professional chef's writing these
A healthy fresh from the garden taste vegetarian pizza that is simple to make.
Grilled Pizza Crust Ingredients: Servings: Makes 8 individual crusts.
Looking for a powerful way to discourage disease and fuel a high-energy lifestyle? The answer is easy: fiber. Even though research continues to prove fiber’s power, statistics show that many people still aren’t taking this nutrient seriously enough.