Whether you started a new diet on January 1st or just want to eat a little healthier after an indulgent holiday season, we’ve got over 100 recipes and tips to keep you on track. From Mason Jar salads to lemon water, here are our picks from scoop’s healthy eating posts for you to try out this year. (for all of our recipes, just visit the RECIPE category in our Food & Travel section anytime).
Did you know that you can actually juice some fruits and vegetables in their whole form? That’s right- juicing with no peeling required.
A light, refreshing corn salad you can serve hot or cold.
Shrimp are quick and easy to cook, healthy and low calorie, and if you’re like most of us, a frequent menu item. Since it’s easy to get stuck in a recipe rut, try some of our favorite shrimp recipes for summer so you can try something new.
While the low-carb diet craze of the ’90s has mostly passed, it’s not as dead as the neon windbreaker trend that we all bought into during the decade.
What’s a zoodle? This recipe will change your views on pasta forever.
This one-pan balsamic chicken with vegetables is the perfect meal for those nights when you crave a really delicious and healthy meal, but don’t have the energy to spend all night in the kitchen.
These quinoa burrito bowls are the perfect way to find balance between a healthy and indulgent meal.
By incorporating sweet potatoes into those dishes, you’re not only adding a big dose of flavor, you’re also supplying your body with vitamin C (which is necessary for collagen production), vitamin D (which will help to keep your energy levels up during the hectic holiday season), iron, and vitamin B6.
Pomegranates are high in antioxidants, can help to prevent plaque, have cancer-fighting properties, and can even curb the appetite.
How to use 6 unusual greens, so the next time that you’re at the supermarket, you can toss them into your cart with confidence.
When used in the right way, cucumbers can be appetizing, refreshing, and surprisingly tasty.
Mason jar salads are quick, easy, and ideal for working women or busy moms on-the-go.
10 salads that are substantial enough to stand as meals all on their own, and are completely deprivation free.
We all know that water is hydrating, but did you know that lemon contains over two-hundred enzymes, is rich in vitamin C, and it is one of the most supportive foods for the liver?