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Citrus-Chia Quinoa & Lentil Salad

Citrus-Chia Quinoa & Lentil Salad

Salads are satisfying, but usually they’re missing a key nutrition component: protein. To turn leafy greens into a meal, you could add chopped chicken, chickpeas or another salad-compatible protein source. Or, drizzle on a dressing that eliminates ex ...
5 Apple & Cinnamon Smoothies for Fall

5 Apple & Cinnamon Smoothies for Fall

Small fall confession: I’m not a big fan of pumpkin. But bring on the apples! Cobbler, crumbles, pie, donuts—that fresh apple flavor, spiked with cinnamon, wrapped into a warm, baked treat? I’d eat an apple dessert every day if I could. That’s why I ...
3 Ways to Recover Faster Post-Workout

3 Ways to Recover Faster Post-Workout

Want to train again tomorrow? And the next day? Being a stronger and more efficient athlete isn’t just about how you train today, but how quickly you recover for tomorrow’s workout. Follow these three key recovery steps, so your body is rested and en ...
Blueberry-Banana Protein Smoothie

Blueberry-Banana Protein Smoothie

Add-ins really make a smoothie, both in terms of taste and customized nutrition. Craving something sweet and need protein? Nut butters do the trick. Feeling nutty and want omega-3’s? Pour in chia or hemp seeds. Fruit – especially berries – is fulfill ...
Sesame Greens Smoothie

Sesame Greens Smoothie

Not everyone has a sweet tooth. Maybe yours is just on vacation. Either way, a fresh greens smoothie hits the spot when you want to sip something nourishing without overloading your taste buds with sugary-fruity flavor. Sesame seeds are naturally nut ...
Chocolate-Chia Smoothie with Toasted Coconut

Chocolate-Chia Smoothie with Toasted Coconut

If you’re looking for a thin, thirst-quenching smoothie that slides down easy for quick hydration—keep browsing. This thick-and-creamy concoction is more of an indulgent dessert, as spoonable as it is sippable (you might want to skip the straw!) and ...
Oven-Baked Crispy Cheddar Chicken

Oven-Baked Crispy Cheddar Chicken

I’ll admit it: I have a fondness for fried foods. It isn’t the greasiness that gets me, though. It’s the crunch. To mimic that irresistible burst-in-your-mouth sensation – without an unnecessary dip in bubbling-hot oil – try this trick. Use a rolling ...