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This power breakfast, with whole grains and fruits, is a great-tasting source of energy that will last until lunchtime. Read More
Eggs—rich in protein, good fat, and memory- supporting choline—combined with whole-grain bread and fresh arugula make a sandwich that’s great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner (try it with a glass of red wine, a good source of the antioxidant resveratrol). Read More
This stir-fry takes 40 minutes if you cook the brown rice and prepare the tamari cashews while the chicken marinates. The vitamin C in broccoli and peppers help your body absorb the energizing iron in spinach. Read More
For a more decadent version, use real vanilla ice cream instead of frozen yogurt. Read More
This dish delivers heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C, and fiber. Read More
This salad has it all: protein, iron, vitamins, and “good” fats from avocado. Read More
In Hoffmann’s take on this traditional Latin American dish, she uses brown rice and lots of veggies for crunch and texture. Read More
If you have time, use dried beans instead of canned—just remember to soak them for at least 8 hours before cooking. Read More
Choose ripe plantains (they should look brownish-black with yellow speckles) for this recipe. Read More
Oven frying uses about eight times less oil than deep frying. (Though this dish is still relatively high in fat, it’s mostly heart-healthy unsaturated fat.) The green tomato in the tartar sauce adds tartness to this healthy but hearty fish dish. Read More