7-Day Superfood Lunch Plan to Pack for Work

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Superfood lunches are a weekday can-do when you combine nutrient-packed ingredients with recipes that are make-ahead easy and highly portable. Salmon, spinach and lentils are among the staple superfoods for the midday meal because they provide a great base for a variety of flavors. These healthy and nutritious meals also provide lasting nourishment to make you feel energized and avoid that post-lunch slump.

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30-Day Eat More Superfoods Challenge

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7-Day Dinner Plan: Cook Once, Eat Twice

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Being strategic with your weekly dinner menu can seriously help cut down on time spent in the kitchen and make weeknights easier.

Myths About Asparagus Busted

As a resident of the icy tundra that is Vermont, I get pretty excited about signs of spring. Asparagus, with its delicate green color, bright flavor and newborn-shoot shape isn't so much a sign of spring as it IS spring. When it arrives in tight bundles at my local farmers' market, I always smile, because food is about to get really good again: snap peas, spring chickens, radishes, artichokes—the list goes on and on! Served on its own (roasted in the oven, with just a little olive oil and sea salt), asparagus has a rich, complex flavor with hints of lemon and caramelized sugar. Delish!

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Signs You're Not Getting Enough Potassium and What to Do About It

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Potassium is known for its healthy abundance in foods like bananas, but many people don't realize just how significant a mineral it is for many critical body functions.

How to Grow Fruits & Vegetables from Food Scraps

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Don't toss those food scraps! Did you know that you can actually grow new plants from common food scraps that are so often destined for the garbage or compost bin?