1-Day Dairy-Free Meal Plan: 1,200 Calories

Food allergies and intolerances can add on an extra layer of complication when it comes to planning meals. Rest assured, with EatingWell's allergy-friendly recipes and meal plans, making healthy, delicious and safe meals is simple. In this dairy-free, lactose-free meal plan, tasty meals and snacks come together to create a day of healthy and balanced eating.

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1-Day Vegetarian Healthy Pregnancy Meal Plan 2,200 Calories

Eating healthy foods during your pregnancy can take a little bit more thought, as your body needs more nutrients and energy. And if you already follow a certain way of eating, like a plant-based vegetarian diet, there are even a few more nutrients to consider. To make meal planning easier, we created this one-day plan of healthy vegetarian meals for pregnancy to help you get the nutrition you need. We made sure to hit the daily recommended amount for each of the important nutrients during pregnancy—protein, folate, iron, and calcium.

Bobbi Brown: Top 10 Superfoods for Beauty and the Fun Way She Eats Them

Basic Beauty Bowl

Pictured: Basic Beauty Bowl

I have always believed that beauty starts from the inside out. Your health shows on your face, in your skin, in how you move your body and how your mind feels. When you feel good, you look good and are more confident in your own skin.

Healthy Party-Food Ideas for Kids That Curb the Sugar Rush

As a parent of two young ones, we've got kids' parties, potlucks, holidays and celebrations scheduled almost every weekend (and sometimes more than once a weekend). Healthy party-food ideas for kids are a welcome change from all the sugary options that seem to preside at every party. What used to be considered a special-occasion treat—like cake, candy and lemonade—is now the norm, and it feels like we're always one piñata smash away from a sticky meltdown.

Your 1-Day Raw Probiotic Meal Plan

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Eating probiotics (live bacteria in raw fermented foods) can rev up the "good" bacteria in your body, which research has shown may help with weight loss, enhance the immune system, help lower cholesterol, and even protect against certain cancers. In this meal plan we feature six probiotic foods—kefir, kombucha, miso, sauerkraut, tempeh and yogurt—that were intentionally kept raw (i.e. not cooked) to keep the beneficial bacteria alive and active.