By Kalen Wehagen I love being creative with recipes. I like exposing people to foods they might not normally eat in their daily diet. It’s one of my favorite things as a Health Coach!
By Angela Romero This simple recipe helps me start my family’s day healthily, especially when we’re on the go! I’ve even added ingredients like turmeric and spinach for a daily dose of health and success.
By Jessi Andricks Instead of ditching your dessert completely, satisfy your sweet cravings with a healthy, naturally sweet dessert made from whole ingredients!
By Melody Pourmoradi A favorite among my friends, family and clients, this easy-to-make, no-bake treat energizes my entire week! I get so much satisfaction in knowing that I am providing my family with a healthy and delicious option during the morning crunch!
By Aga Wojciechowska This recipe has become a staple for me, providing nutrition, simplicity and little preparation time. It’s a great start to the day and I think of it as “greenola!”
By Amanda Greenthumb I have to disagree with Mark Twain who said, “cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education.” After you try these cauliflower bread sticks, you will too!
By Laurie Kerkinni A great way to start your day! This green lemonade recipe will neutralize your body’s acidity with its rich alkalinity.
By Michelle Gindi Any recipe that gets my family excited about eating healthy together is a winner! Not to mention, this delicious, super easy-to-make vegan dish is made with leafy greens, hemp seeds and just the right amount of oil!
By Haley Ferretti This mouthwatering recipe is great substitute for typical mac and cheese but without all the cheese and butter! Plus you get some vegetables too!
By Dania Drewing This recipe is a vegetarian (potentially vegan, depending on bread selected) twist on a classic BLT!
By Cara Miller Adding seasonal vegetables to old classic recipes is my specialty! Here I take boring potato salad and turn it into a colorful Spring Fest! The spring radishes and parsley begin our detoxification process and the potatoes keep us connected with the earth as we begin to break through winter stagnation and blossom.
By Nicole Baker I love anything and everything pumpkin and sweet potatoes! On chilly fall or winter days, I love creating slow cooker meals to warm my body and my soul.
By Dorit Jaffe This recipe is something I developed after being inspired by so many other drool-worthy recipes. I love making healthy but “indulgent-looking” recipes, especially when they are nourishing and oh so flavorful!
By Judy Griffin I love making recipes that are both scrumptious and nutritious! At IIN, I learned the importance of eating real foods that offer the body pure nourishment, while also being flavorful.
By Marina Di Loreto Breakfast is just as important as a good night’s sleep! Paired together, these simple flavors boast a delicious (and nutritious) first meal of the day!
By Dr. Jennifer Weinberg Quick to throw together with very few ingredients, this decadent gluten-free chocolate mousse proves that cooking with real-food ingredients doesn’t have to be complicated or keep you in the kitchen for hours!
By Lauren Imparato RETOX is about simple recipes that are good for you, and are surprisingly easy and quick to make. No fake goodness here – just straight up nourishment, #RETOX style!
By JJ Muenz Simplicity is key when it comes to creating a recipe. I like to take very simple ingredients and give them a WOW factor!
By Dawn Dunkin I am a cookie monster! This recipe is vegan, gluten free, and with no refined sugars. It allows me to have my cookie and eat it too!
By Brooke Brennan This vegan chili is full of vegetables, sweet potatoes, beans and hearty flavors. It’s a great way to eat all the colors of the rainbow while enjoying the comfort of warming chili.
By Dr. Jennifer Weinberg An easy-to-make fall classic highlighting the natural goodness of apples! Gluten-Free, Vegan, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free. The topping is also delicious with your favorite nut or seed added in!
By Jessi Andricks I am lover of all things fall – the colors, the holidays, the festivities, and especially the flavors. Squash and pumpkin become staples in my diet as soon as September hits. I immediately want to start roasting squash and baking pies.
By Marissa Vicario In my past life as a junk food vegetarian, I ate a lot of pad thai. Now when I have a craving for comfort food, it’s usually pad thai so I wanted to create something that wouldn’t leave me feeling bloated and tried but would satisfy the craving in a healthy way.
By Vara Vach This hearty porridge is a celebration of “East meets West”! Using local ingredients available in a tropical land and simply preparing it like Western culture does with oats.
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