Tag Archives: EatingWell

7 Ingredients You Should Always Have in Your Freezer

In a rush to get dinner on the table? Turn to your freezer for help. Keeping it stocked with healthy frozen foods (think: vegetables and fruits, fish fillets) and other essential ingredients that store well in the freezer will make it easy to whip… read more >

10 Healthy Food Trends You Haven’t Tried Yet

Kale, quinoa, Greek yogurt. All are super-healthy foods–and chances are you’re already eating them. So if you’re looking for new ├╝ber-healthy foods to add to your repertoire, this list’s for you! Whether your diet could use a health tune-up or already is the epitome… read more >

Quinoa Salad with Oranges, Beets, and Pomegranate

Roasted beets, sweet dates, tangy oranges, and juicy pomegranate seeds add color to this healthy and delicious quinoa salad. Pair it with turkey or roast pork for a complete, festive meal. Yield: 8 servings, 1 1/4 cups each Active Time: 1 hour 10 minutes… read more >

How to Cut 31 Grams of Saturated Fat from Your Diet

You might already know that you should limit your saturated fat intake to no more than 10 percent of your total daily calories. Why? Because it raises your cholesterol and is bad for your heart. So, if you’re eating 2,000 calories a day, that’s… read more >

Arctic Char on a Bed of Kale

Arctic char is a mild-flavored fish–related to salmon and trout–that’s sustainably farmed and cooks up quickly. Try this recipe with lacinato (otherwise known as dinosaur) kale, and serve with roasted or steamed potatoes for a complete meal. Yield: 4 servings Active Time: 30 minutes… read more >

Apple Oatmeal

Start the day right with this healthy breakfast recipe that incorporates steel-cut oats for a dose of whole grains and cooked apples for a sweet serving of fruit. Yield: 4 servings, about 1 1/4 cups each Active Time: 45 minutes Total Time: 45 minutes… read more >

Mirin-Poached Salmon with Spring Salad

The easiest way to cook fish: Poach it in a flavorful liquid. This quick recipe stars salmon, but tuna, mahimahi, or cod work just as well. Look for pea sprouts (aka pea shoots) at farmers’ markets and in well-stocked supermarkets, or substitute one more… read more >