A dash of cumin adds big flavor (and antioxidants!).
This recipe looks impressive, but it's actually an easy weeknight meal.
What's better than your very own pouch of delicious fish?
You had us at kale, asparagus and quinoa!
Think lamb is forbidden on a heart-healthy diet? Try this recipe.
Bring those boring salads to life with a tasty and healthy homemade vinaigrette salad dressing!
In this episode of Eating by Heart, Colombe shares one of her favorite salad recipes that makes this starter the star of your meal. All you need is ar
These zero-guilt tacos are packed with tons of protein and fiber.
This heart-healthy version loads up on veggies and uses cheese sparingly.
Your taste buds won’t know this French onion soup is lightened up.
Put down the Queso! We have a tasty healthy chip dip for all occasions! We whip up a heart-healthy twist on a favorite comfort food dip.
Chili doesn't need to be meaty to be hearty and delicious.This vegetarian chili is a high protein, meatless, one pot dish - perfect for cold weather!
Muffins are tasty but usually bad for you. In this episode of Eating by Heart, Colombe shows you how to make heart healthy banana muffins.
When you DIY your fries, they become a whole lot healthier.
It simply wouldn't be Christmas without this twist on almond brittle. All over the world almond brittle serves as a wonderful holiday snack!
In this episode of Eating by Heart, Colombe shows how easy and fun it can be to make your own sushi using just 6 ingredients.
Salads can be bland, and adding flavor can diminish the nutritious benefits to your green diet. This is a healthy salad with tons of natural flavor!
Fish sticks are a childhood classic! Once you see how easy it is to make your own fish sticks, you'll never buy them frozen again.
In this episode of Eating by Heart, Colombe Jacobsen demonstrates how to make healthy baked chicken wings with a spicy twist of Thai flavor.
In this episode of Eating by Heart, Colombe makes a light and refreshing summer recipe. Scallop ceviche is an amazing dish full of flavor!
In this episode of Eating by Heart, Colombe demonstrates how to use hibiscus flowers to create a beautiful and tasty dessert. Typically, hibiscus flow
In this episode of Eating by Heart Colombe Jacobsen creates a flavorful side dish using nutritious sweet potatoes, green apples, fennel and pecans.
In this episode of Eating by Heart, Colombe teaches you how to get your indulgences in a healthier way - with oven fried chicken. This recipe is full
Chips and dip are the perfect snack for a Sunday night football game! Try these healthy guacamole and homemade chips.
Follow this easy step by step recipe for how to make chia seed pudding with fresh homemade almond milk.
Try this heart healthy and extremely flavorful marinated chicken with charmoula sauce! The sauce marinade uses a variety of fresh herbs and spices.
Today you'll be making a dish with black rice and lacinato kale, an exciting and delicious option for a healthy whole grain dish.
In this video, Colombe Jacobsen shows you how to make a delicious Curried Cauliflower Salad with Arugula, a tasty combination that's full of flavor.
Try this interesting Chocolate Mousse recipe. This easy dessert has a new kick to it you've probably never tried out - curry! Watch how to make here.
Homemade garlic soup is the perfect dish to make when you start to feel rundown. Garlic is nature's antibiotic. Watch this quick and easy recipe.
Low in sugar. High in satisfaction.
It’s called ajiaco and it’s packed with bold Latin flavors.
These ‘shrooms are like low-cal bacon bits.
Here’s how the Mediterranean diet does meatballs.
Wondering how to clean a cast iron skillet? Hint: Skip the soap. Here's how to clean and care for your cast iron skillet in 4 easy steps!
So that's how you're supposed to pop out the pit?
When you dice tomatoes do you make a mess? Improve your knife skills and watch how to dice tomatoes like a pro.
Watch Jenne demonstrate how to peel tomatoes easily. All it takes is a little heat and a little cold to slip off that tomato skin!
Caramelized onions don't have to be difficult! Follow along as Jenne shows you simple tips to make caramelized onions in half the time.
Does cutting an onion typically leave you in tears? Jenné will show you a simple kitchen tip on how to slice an onion without crying. Hint: Use water.
The process of cutting an on onion is usually followed by tears, follow these 6 tips and your onions will go from chopping board to skillet in seconds
Garlic is a staple in every kitchen, but peeling each individual clove can take a lot of time. Watch here for a quick tip on how to peel garlic faster
Don't have a garlic press? No problem! Jenne shows you how to mince garlic in three different ways - no matter your skill level!
Roasted garlic can be added to so many difference recipes, or eaten by itself. Jenné shows you tips how to roast garlic using the whole bulb.
A ripe avocado should be creamy and soft -- but how do you tell if an avocado is ready? Jenné shares some easy tips for your next trip to the store.
Phoebe overviews how to blanch asparagus quickly and easily! This involves cooking asparagus in boiling water then placing in an ice bath.
Each little wedge will slide right out!
A few tricks will help you get every bit of juice.
You’ll be adding this citrus to everything.
This will give you jalapeno flavor without the fire.
Here’s how to deal with that awkward pit.
Not sure how to cut a fresh pineapple? Phoebe shows you how to peel, core and slice a fresh pineapple. You'll see it can be quite easy!
Pomegranates are healthy & tasty, but it can be intimidating to deseed a pomegranate. Frances shows you a simple and easy tip that will minimize mess
Phoebe Lapine shows you how hull fresh strawberries in just one quick and easy motion. All you need is a straw and 30 seconds!
There is nothing more wonderful than fresh fruit on a hot summer's day! In this video, Phoebe shows you how to cut a watermelon.
Whole artichokes are a elegant edition to dinners, and can be steamed or stuffed as side. In this video, Phoebe shows you how to prepare artichokes.
Fresh asparagus is a great vegetable to have on hand. In this video, Phoebe shows you how to store asparagus to help the asparagus stay fresh longer.
You always want to make sure your fruits and veggies are absolutely clean before eating. Here's how to wash lettuce to perfection.
Ginger is a super healthy ingredient. In this video, you will learn a simple trick on how to peel ginger root the easy way. All you need is a spoon!
In this video, Phoebe shows you a simple trick for cutting many cherry tomatoes in half, all at once! All you need are plates and a sharp knife
Learn how to cut a bell pepper the easy way with Phoebe Lapine! This method will help you remove the ribs and seeds from the pepper in no time.
Fruit is a terrific snack, but how do you know what goes in the refrigerator and what stays on the counter? Watch how easy storing fruit can be.
Pitting olives is much easier than you think! This video uses kalamata olives to demonstrate a fast and simple technique for how to pit olives.
Kale is one of the most nutritious vegetables around, but the stem can be woody. Phoebe shows you a quick and easy technique for destemming kale.
Soft boiled eggs make a great breakfast, but they can be a little tricky to perfect. Phoebe Lapine shows you how to soft boil an egg.
Phoebe Lapine shows you a quick and easy trick to remove stray pieces of shell from your bowl when cracking an egg.
A lot of recipes call for separating egg yolk from the egg whites. Phoebe Lapine shows you three easy ways to do just that!
If you’re looking to make goat cheese rounds, here is a genius no-knife kitchen hack to cut goat cheese.
You'll eat more celery if you can get rid of the strings.
Iceberg lettuce can be tricky to cut. This will save so much time.
When herbs are cut in thin ribbons, you'll be more likely to eat them.
If you’re not careful, you can butcher herbs when you chop them. Here’s the right way to chop herbs for optimal flavor.
Cutting and peeling squash may look intimidating, but it’s easier than you think if you follow these tips.
Peeling squash is the first step toward eating this healthy veggie. Here's how the pros do it.
Scooping out squash seeds is a necessary step for roasting it in the oven. Learn how the pros do it.
If you peel carrots in only one direction, you’re doing it wrong.
Herbs can be pricey—here’s how to ensure they stay fresh as long as possible.
Matchstick carrots have infinite uses. Here's how chefs julienne veggies into long, thin strips.
Feel frazzled in the kitchen? These food prep-tips will help.
Never tried actual vanilla instead of vanilla extract? You’re missing out.
Forget those processed bottles of dressing, OK?
No more eyefuls of juice with this lemon squeezing trick.
Use a mandolin to trick yourself into eating more veggies.
Why mango color has nothing to do with its ripeness.
Moving a few things around may transform your eating habits.
You’re doing more harm than good by chilling these foods.
Why settle for a green banana?
You’ll want to move these to the fridge ASAP.
So much produce, so much time.
Knowing these will help you ditch the processed foods.
Don’t let zoodles have all the low-carb fun.
Shake up your low-carb rice game.
Dairy products are the most common source of calcium, which is essential for building healthy bones and teeth. Milk is also fortified with vitamin D.
Carbohydrates are vital to a diet and are in almost everything we eat. But are carbs good for you? Carbs can be classified into good carbs & bad carbs
Throughout time, people have been using chocolate, or more specifically cocoa, to treat upset stomachs and raging fevers.
Some say that the effects of drinking coffee may lead to cardiovascular disease, but there are also many benefits of drinking coffee as well.
Exactly how cholesterol affects your health is more complicated than you might think.
What are vitamins? Those who don't get enough vitamins naturally can take vitamin supplements, but there can be effects of vitamins.
Calcium is the most prevalent mineral in your entire body. This mineral is not made by the body, so it's important to eat calcium rich foods.
Many fruits and vegetables often contain pesticides. To avoid this, it is advised to consume organic foods and to stay away from the Dirty Dozen foods
Eggs are a great source of protein. In this video, Registered Dietitian Lynn Goldstein you how to replace some of the cholesterol in eggs.
There are many health benefits of fiber. But what is fiber exactly? There are two main types of fiber, soluble and insoluble fiber.
Iron is an essential building block for our body. Shortage of iron in the body can lead to anemia, which keeps your body from producing hemoglobin.
Yes, you probably need to cut back. Here's how.
Tea not only tastes good, but it is good for your body. There are four types of tea, with black tea being the most popular.
Not all fats are created equal. Here, a nutritionist explains how to eat more good fats and cut down on bad fats.
So, is fish healthy? In short, yes! Fish is an important source of Omega-3 fatty acids like DHA and EPA. Watch this video to learn more!
Protein is vital to a balanced diet. Types of protein are divided into complete and incomplete, which are derived from different sources of protein.
Salt is essential for human life. Unfortunately too much salt can raise blood pressure, which can lead to heart failure, stroke and kidney disease.
Soy and soy products, like soybeans, are a great substitute for animal proteins and are rich in isoflavones, which have many health benefits.
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient in your body. Over one million people around the world don't get enough of this and have vitamin D deficiency.
You don't necessarily need eight glasses a day, but you might not be getting enough.
Did you think the dairy aisle was the only place to get calcium?
Most Americans are not getting enough of this crucial vitamin.
You’ll never look at spinach the same way.
You won’t find these in the butcher shop.
Yep, even sweet breakfast cereals are a sodium bomb.
You might even consider some of these health foods. (Sorry, yogurt.)
Feeling lethargic? It might be an iron deficiency.
This mineral plays a critical role in bone health, blood pressure, and so much more.
These are way more delicious than a chalky vitamin C supplement.
Think beyond fish oil supplements.
Are you getting the recommended three servings a day?
Time to tweak your favorite recipes.
This morning routine tweak will help you eat fewer calories throughout the day.
Can’t sleep without a nightcap?
Put down the sugar packets.
Would a nutritionist give your plate a thumbs up?
You can only eat the same parfait for so long.
These clever tricks add great, guilt-free flavor. And no need to drink it black.
When it comes to tooth decay, these sweets plead guilty.
Here’s how to treat yourself, even without the sweets.
Whole wheat pasta and brown rice are just the beginning.
Restricted diet? Here’s how to avoid macro deficiencies.
Finding a good-for-you cereal is totally possible.
You’ll regret avoiding these heart-healthy fats.
Bloated belly crampin’ your style? Try these flat tummy tips.
Not all veggies are created equal. Here’s why these reign supreme.
Here’s why avocados should be your new healthy obsession.
Picture-perfect produce that’s beautiful and nutritious.
This beloved root veggie is full of perks.
So many perks packed into two tablespoons.
Here’s why you should eat more of this magically nutritious spice.
Ginger ale to tame your tummy? Read this before you sip.
Why grape juice isn’t the way to ward off the stomach flu.
Choosing convenience doesn’t have to hurt the heart.
If you always go with turkey bacon, you need to watch this.
Here’s why your spice addiction does a body good.
On the hunt for a better bread? See this before you shop.
You do burn calories chewing, after all.
Put pep in your morning step with these superfood staples.
This pretty purple produce is packed with antioxidant power.
Your taste buds love eggs. Does your ticker?
Here’s what to know about your A.M. smoothie.
Finally: the truth about how your body digests gum.
Marry these foods for more nutrient bang for your bite.
Everyone loves the cocoa bean, but is it as good for you as you might think?
What’s the smarter sip? We asked a nutritionist.
The truth about meal frequency and its effect on metabolism.
Hint: There’s water in your food, too.
A lack of H2O affects almost every part of the bod.
It’s not called the “miracle tree” for nothing.
Eating at night can affect more than just your waistline.
Here’s when coffee’s perks turn into problems.
Take the lid off this jar of facts.
Your blood pressure and heart health isn’t the only thing that could suffer.
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