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Use this homemade ricotta in lasagna and other pasta dishes, or mix into a dip or topping for veggies, crackers or pita.
Score a touchdown with your family and friends by serving them healthy food that tastes great.
Instead of soup in cans, try these homemade soups, which are more hearty and flavorful, while being low in sodium.
Using spices in food can help improve your health.
Breakfast bars or protein bars are a quick, easy way to get some good nutrition in the morning, or when you don’t have time to pack a lunch. Make a big batch on your day off then wrap them separately and freeze for later use.
Making your own muffins lets you control the fat, sodium content and portion sizes.
Sweet and juicy berries add punch to summer recipes.
Eggplant is a versatile and delicious way to add veggies to your diet.
If you eat chocolate for your health, use dark chocolate for its lower sugar content, or better yet, use cocoa powder, in your baking.
Win your own "gold" medal by trying these easy, low-salt egg recipes.
Although it's easy to pick up the phone and order a pizza, as with all salty things, the best answer is to make your own.
Adding fiber to food is not only good for you, but tastes good as well with this recipe.
Using rich umami-flavored foods in your cooking allows you to avoid high-salt seasonings that raise blood pressure and ruin your kidneys.
During the cold of winter, Northwest vegetables make great pickles.
Mixing sweet and sour flavors is one way to replace salt in dishes.