Choosing a whole foods diet is the best way to ensure you're getting all the nutrients you need to live your best life. Pick up whole-food recipes, ideas, and tips here.
Use your slow cooker to load up on antioxidant- and nutrient-rich meals from chef and holistic health coach Jennifer Iserloh.
This summer, liven up your plate and your palate with these fresh, delicious, and fabulously filling concoctions from new cookbook Around the World in 120 Salads—a global tour of the planet’s tastiest greens, grains, and proteins.
When stocking up on spring greens at your local farmers’ market, keep an eye out for tiny shoots labeled “microgreens.”
Stick to your go-to greens and try some of these smoothie add-ins.
Almond milk has become the go-to nondairy staple. Now, alternative nut milks are crowding supermarket shelves, too. Try these three—or make your own.
Put your blender to work by whipping up delicious, creative meals from vegan and gluten-free home chef and blogger Tess Masters.
This recipe is a vegan version of the soupe joumou that Haitians devour on New Year’s Day. Each aromatic spoonful delivers veggies to energize your body.
This light dish can be topped with lemon zest for a burst of flavor, hunger-quashing pine nuts, and red pepper flakes to rev up metabolism.
Dress up your veggies and herbs with soba noodles that are made from buckwheat and supply more protein than other grains.
If you feel uncomfortable after consuming milk or cheese, the true culprit might not be dairy itself, but HOW you're eating dairy, says John Douillard, co-leader of our new Ayurveda 101 course. Here, he offers 5 tips for eating dairy to help you reduce digestive discomfort and improve your health.