Wild Salmon with Garlic & Dill

Wild-caught (not farmed) salmon is known to be one of the most nutritious foods. Research has linked this nutrient-dense fish to everything from improving heart, brain, bone, skin and eyesight health to extending life span and preventing heart attacks & cancer. Not only does wild salmon contain one of the highest omega-3 contents of any type of…

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Pumpkin Leek Soup

It’s pumpkin season! Whether you enjoy roasting your own pumpkin or using canned pumpkin for all those great Autumn recipes, you can’t go wrong … Pumpkin is super low in calories despite being packed with nutrients. 1 cup of pumpkin contains under 50 calories, as it’s 94% water. This makes pumpkin a weight-loss friendly food since you…

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Roasted Lemon Asparagus 

Roasted Lemon Asparagus  INGREDIENTS: 1 bunch asparagus 1 small red onion (finely chopped) 1/2 lemon (juice only) 2 tbsp. olive oil Sea salt and black pepper INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 350 2. Lay asparagus on a tray, add onion, lemon juice, olive oil, sea salt and black pepper 3. Toss ingredients together 4. Roast…

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Carrot Cabbage Soup

DID YOU KNOW? Cabbage is a great weight loss vegetable since it’s packed with many beneficial vitamins, minerals, plus water and fiber. It’s also low in calories, containing only 33 calories per cup of cooked cabbage. Cabbage is full of gut-friendly insoluble fiber, a type of carbohydrate that can’t be broken down in the intestines.…

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Italian Coleslaw 

Did you know? Red cabbage packs a more powerful nutritional profile and more overall antioxidants than green cabbage. For example, red cabbage contains about 85 percent of the daily vitamin C our bodies need, while the green version provides 47 percent. Vitamin C provides antioxidants and collagen protein. The body needs vitamin C to help repair…

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