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Eggs are an inexpensive source of high quality protein. Poaching them, rather than frying them, saves you from the excess calories and fat that come with cooking oil.
Chickpeas are high in protein and dietary fiber. What's more, the chipotle peppers in this recipe contain phytonutrients that boost eye health.
At just 44 calories a cup, almond milk is packed with protein and contains a ton of manganese, which is essential for bone health, and magnesium, which helps your body convert food into energy.
Farro, an ancient grain with a slightly nutty flavor, is loaded with protein and fiber, which helps you feel fuller longer and helps to prevent heart disease, weight gain and diabetes.
These totally-vegetarian Thai lettuce wraps feature shiitake mushrooms, which have anti-inflammatory properties that reduce the risk of heart disease and arthritis.
We use zucchini noodles, or "zoodles," in this gluten-free spin on traditional pasta. Zucchinis are rich in vitamin C, an antioxidant that keeps your tissues strong.
We’re replacing the tortillas with zucchinis, which are super low calorie and contain a ton of heart-healthy potassium.
Kale is packed with vitamin K, which activates proteins needed for bone development and lung and heart cell growth.
On top of being creamy and delicious, mangoes are packed with fiber, promoting digestion and helping to lower your risk of developing heart disease and Type 2 diabetes.
Sweet potatoes are not like your average spuds. The orange-fleshed versions come with beta-carotene, a powerful antioxidant that helps to protect against cancer.