These Asian Salmon Skewers are quick and easy to make and beautifully presented. Kids and adults will love this dish; it is great served with sautéed bok choy with ginger and brown rice or cauliflower rice. You can make this be on the MaxLiving Advanced Plan by leaving out the honey.
Diets that include whole foods will help you thrive — mentally and physically. That’s why we’ve put together recipes to help you stay on track with your health and enjoy your food at the same time.
The first Waldorf Salad was created in 1896, at the Waldorf Astoria, in New York City. Now it is an American classic. You will love this healthy tweak to the original recipe.
Are you giving your sweetheart chocolate this Valentine’s Day? Give your Valentine this sweet, chocolate fudge that is healthy! This chocolate is like no other—loaded with good fats and dark chocolate makes this a healthy snack. Plus, you can add peppermint essential oil for a chocolate mint flavor. Also, they are vegan and gluten-free!
Everyone should have this chili recipe in their collection because it’s basic chili! It is healthy, easy to make, and travels well. You can also use this recipe to make a taco salad. Pour over mixed greens with your favorite toppings.
Here’s another version of an All-American favorite – buffalo tenders! Typically, these are fried in damaged oils (bad fats), loaded with refined flours, additives, and of course conventionally raised chicken. This recipe actually has organic chicken, good fats, extra nutrients in the breading and nothing artificial!
A blend of gluten-free whey protein, almond butter, and cocoa powder make this brownie and cookie in one super healthy. Eat as a dessert, with breakfast, or before or after a workout for a boost of energy and to help rebuild muscles.
This cabbage soup is super affordable, simple to make, and packs a powerful health punch. It is great for leftovers and can be frozen easily. Garlic boosts your immunity, cabbage helps beat inflammation, and the protein stimulates muscle building.