This simple, one-pot meal is a weeknight staple in my house. The dish gets its kick from rich, tangy balsamic vinegar, one of my all-time favorite flavor enhancers. Packed with lean protein from the chicken plus fiber-rich veggies, this satisfying, low-cal meal will keep you feeling full long after you finish your plate.
Curry, turmeric, and ginger make this an ultimate anti-inflammatory meal. Regularly enjoyed by millions of people worldwide, this dish provides key ingredients to help fight arthritis. The traditional version incorporates whole-milk yogurt, but I use fat-free yogurt to reduce the saturated fat in the recipe.
This sweet, frothy treat will satisfy your chocolate cravings for only 150 calories and provide a good amount of calcium to help keep your bones strong and healthy.
I’m always looking for creative ways to prepare one of my favorite veggies: carrots. In this recipe, these humble veggies get punched up to a whole new level with a double shot of ginger. Ginger contains anti-inflammatory compounds that may help reduce aches and pains associated with arthritis.
INGREDIENTS 4 cups lettuce (romaine, baby spinach, or mesclun) 1 grilled chicken breast, cooled and sliced (approx. 5 to 6 ounces) 2 tablespoons Light Balsamic Vinaigrette (see recipe)
These shrimp are great on the outdoor grill in summer months…and equally delicious prepared right on the stove year-round. Frozen shrimp are an affordable way to get more seafood in your diet; portion out what you need for a recipe and stow the rest in your freezer for future meals.
Brussels sprouts are nutritional winners no matter how they’re prepared. My lemony version adds extra vitamin C and fantastic flavor.