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In this tasty rendition of shrimp scampi, zucchini noodles have been swapped for regular pasta to boost nutrition and lower calories. This dish is light and refreshing, making it the perfect summer lunch or dinner.

Zucchini is a terrific source of antioxidants as well as vitamins A and C, all of which keep our immune system strong and healthy.

Shrimp is a wonderful lean protein choice and an excellent source of the mineral selenium and vitamin B12.

We love that these burgers sneak in some black beans and veggies. Plant-based foods are filled with fiber, antioxidants and vitamins and minerals, all of which work to prevent disease and keep us healthy. The black beans in these burgers add some plant-based protein and fiber while the mushrooms are a great source of B vitamins and selenium, a powerful antioxidant.

We love making a super simple sriracha mayo to go with these to add a little heat but feel free to omit the sriracha if you don't like spice!

Who doesn't love peaches in the summertime? It's so satisfying to bite into a sweet, juicy peach on a hot day. I love to use any leftover peaches to make this peach soup. This soup is made with just a few simple ingredients, including some hidden veggies like cucumbers and bell peppers!

Peaches aren't just an incredibly delicious summer treat. They are also full of nutrients like vitamin C, vitamin A and fiber.

Dessert doesn't get much better than these Butterscotch Rice Crispy Bars! Make these for a special dessert and enjoy with your friends and family.

When it comes to dessert, moderation is the name of the game. Completely cutting out sweets and desserts from your diet typically ends up backfiring and will cause you to over-eat these foods later on!

Instead of giving up dessert entirely, practice eating these foods mindfully and really savor the flavor and texture of your favorite desserts. Eat slowly and enjoy!

This is a quick and inexpensive recipe that uses several pantry staples like whole wheat bread crumbs, canned salmon, soy sauce and sesame oil. ...

This recipe is from my friend Cleo's sister, Christie. I have it written on this tiny scrap of paper that I must have written at her house years ago! Cleo had a gift for entertaining and whenever you were invited for dinner you always knew the food would be fantastic.

The vinegar in this marinade tenderizes the chicken to make a moist and juicy product packed with flavor. This recipe proves that you can put together a super delicious marinade with ingredients that you always have on hand.