by Dana Angelo White in Food & Nutrition Experts, Healthy Recipes, May 15, 2017
by Karen Ostergren in Uncategorized, April 17, 2010
The nutrition experts at FoodNetwork.com have the inside scoop on the healthiest and most delicious recipes. The chefs at Food Network are renowned for their culinary creations, but what many folks don’t realize is that many of their recipes are nutrition powerhouses. Here are five recipes from Food Network stars that get rave reviews for both taste and nutrition.
Ina’s Guacamole Salad (pictured above)
This may be the most flavorful, colorful and nutrient-filled salad in the Hamptons. This dish features antioxidant rich veggies, plus healthy fats from avocado, protein from beans and 9 grams of hunger-fighting fiber per serving. Serve it as a side dish with grilled meat or fish, or with tortilla chips as an appetizer. Read more
by Kristine Brabson in Uncategorized, June 1, 2009
Last week, we got an upgrade: Healthy Eats is now hosted by our parent site, FoodNetwork.com. But we haven’t changed our wholesome approach to food, or lost any of the great recipes and tips you’ve come to expect from us. Find out what everyone’s saying about the move, plus check out some of our readers’ latest recipe suggestions.
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by Kristine Brabson in Healthy Recipes, February 24, 2009
We debuted a new blogger this week — Katie Cavuto Boyle, registered dietitian and finalist on this summer’s The Next Food Network Star. Every Sunday, Katie will offer her healthy musings (aptly titled “Katie’s Healthy Bites”). Keeping with tradition, she also filled out our fun, food-filled questionnaire. Check out her answers and give her a warm Healthy Eats welcome.
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by Kristine Brabson in Healthy Recipes, February 15, 2009
Have you checked out Foodnetwork.com’s healthy ideas lately? They’ve got dishes from Ellie Krieger for breakfast, lunch and dinner — plus, recipes for their top 10 low-fat treats, after-dinner sweets and vegetarian-friendly meals. Ingredients for this Edamame Veggie Burger are going on my grocery list right now.
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by Toby Amidor in Healthy Tips, January 12, 2009
February is American Heart Month, and to honor this healthy initiative, our friends at Foodnetwork.com are dishing out recipes that are low in cholesterol but high in flavor. Check out their favorites — plus, see which seven foods can help lower cholesterol and eight simple steps for better heart health.
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by Kristine Brabson in Healthy Recipes, January 9, 2009
Knowing proper servings is an important part of healthy eating. Just think about restaurant portions versus airplane portions. Some restaurants serve four to five times (if not more) of the amount you should be eating; airplane meals are more like it.
Foodnetwork.com has a clever slideshow that uses everyday items — baseballs, golf balls, deck of cards and a computer mouse — to help you keep things straight.
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by Healthy Eats in Healthy Recipes, January 8, 2009
Yesterday, we gave you hints for slimming down some of Foodnetwork.com’s top recipes from 2008. As promised, here are tips for lightening up the remaining five.
Drum roll, please…
by Kristine Brabson in Healthy Recipes, Healthy Tips, January 8, 2009
Foodnetwork.com tallied up their top 100 recipes from 2008. Good news is there are tons of ideas there. Bad news is people sure like unhealthy foods! The top 10 alone has a boatload of calories and fat.
We know you all love your comfort foods, and yes, occasionally, you can indulge. But if you’re looking to try these top recipes on a more regular basis, check out Dana and Toby’s tips for lightening them up.
After the holidays, we may all feel a bit fatter, but our wallets not so much. Get back to budget-friendly eating with Foodnetwork.com’s Easy Meals, Good Deals feature. They have tips for saving money at the grocery store — plus, easy recipes for weeknight dinners and five favorite smoothies for a healthy breakfast or snack.
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