Our dietitians and functional medicine physicians recommend their favorite recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.
Skip the bread! Put sliced sweet potatoes in your toaster instead in this recipe from dietitian Victoria Nieveen. Sweet potato toast is a great way to get healthy complex carbs in your diet, which help you feel full for longer and give you energy that lasts throughout the day.
Dr. Varsha Rathod shares her "no excuse" recipe for Frozen Veggie Crock-Pot Soup that she mentions in the live webinar, Eating Well During COVID-19. Prepare this simple recipe when you have minimal time to shop and cook.
Dietitian Katheryn Scauzzo shares a recipe for Protein Balls that she mentions in the live webinar, Eating Well During COVID-19. Prepare these ahead of time for a quick and healthy bite to grab when you're having a low-energy spot.
Astragalus root is a natural dietary supplement that has been used to boost the body's immune system. Dr. Basima Williams, integrative and functional medicine physician, recommends the following recipe for Immunity Soup to support your health.
Often referred to as a superfood, quinoa is a quality source of complex carbohydrates and fiber that contains all nine essential amino acids, which are the building blocks of protein. Dietitian Katheryn Scauzzo recommends the following recipe for Quinoa Salad to support your health and immune system.
We all know the importance of washing our hands and social distancing to keep our immune system healthy, but what about improving your immune health from the inside out? Our immune system is linked to our gut microbiome, so maintaining a healthy gut is crucial to preventing illness. Dr. Varsha Rathod, integrative and functional medicine physician, recommends the following recipe for Russian Root Vegetable Salad to support your gut health.