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The Best Canned & Boxed Bean Soups to Buy

We're all for making healthy homemade soup (and stocking up our freezer), but sometimes you need soup in a pinch. Enter canned (and boxed) soup from the store. Research shows that soup can help you improve your diet, cut calories without knowing it and lose weight. And bean soup has the added benefit of being full of protein and fiber. See our favorite healthy canned soups and the tough nutrition and tasting criteria to choose

1-Day Reset Meal Plan: 1,500 Calories


Sometimes hitting the "reset button" is just what you need to refocus and get back on track. This preplanned 1-day meal plan will help you kick-start the shift back to your normal routine. With delicious, no-added-sugar vegetarian meals, you'll feel energized, refreshed and motivated to stick to your healthy habits.


Avocado & Kale Omelet

Gut Health: Prebiotics, Probiotics and the "Forgotten Organ"

Recipe to Try: Prebiotic-Rich Chicken & White Bean Soup with Leeks

What if you had an organ you didn't know existed? Trillions of microorganisms live in your gastrointestinal (GI) system, and this host of bacteria is often considered the "forgotten organ." Like other organs of the body, this group of bacteria, sometimes called the gut microbiome, has to be cared for. It can even get sick, which produces ripple effects of symptoms.

1-Day High-Fiber Healthy-Aging Meal Plan: 1,200 Calories

Getting enough fiber is super important to keep digestion regular (if you know what we mean). And beyond helping you to feel regular, research credits eating more fiber with weight loss, a healthy heart and a decreased risk of diabetes. But even with all the known benefits of fiber, 95% of Americans are still not getting enough. On average, Americans only eat 16 grams of fiber a day—far from the 28 grams recommended in the 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. In this 1-day high-fiber meal plan, we make it easy to get your daily fiber fill.