This simple roasted root vegetables recipe combines the vegetables of the season into a sweet and tasty side. Roasting caramelizes the sugar in vegetables, creating a mellow, nutty and sweet flavor. Bonus: these veggies are all packed full of nutrients to keep you going through those cold fall and winter months.
For thousands of years, cultures around the world have been prescribing garlic to fix health woes. Try our easy recipe for roasted garlic for a delicious and savory addition to your diet.
This Lemon Veggie Quinoa Salad is nutritious, delicious, and full of satisfying protein and flavor! Mix it up before your next cookout or bring it to work for a healthy lunch.
If you’re bored of the same old chicken for dinner, you have to try out this grilled chicken bruschetta recipe! Bursting with flavor and filled with satisfying lean protein, this recipe is sure to please.
If you’re always running out the door without time for a good breakfast, this recipe is for you! Our baked red pepper, spinach and cheddar frittata whips up fast on a Sunday night and will have you set for a week of hearty, filling, healthy and tasty breakfasts.
This salad is a simple yet versatile side that is a great addition to any summer meal. Quick and simple, this salad is easy to take along to your next BBQ.
Butter, honey, garlic, lemon and parsley - what more could you ask for? This sweet and savory salmon dish is sure to please even the pickiest eaters in your home!
Sweet with a little ginger zing, our roasted butternut squash ginger soup will keep you warm and full this season.
Featuring the small but mighty lentil! This hearty, flavorful soup will keep you warm, healthy and satisfied on those chilly fall and winter days.
This lemon and basil infused hummus is not only good for you, it's so flavorful it's addictive!
Many people are afraid of cooking fish - in fact 80-90% of American's aren't getting enough - but this recipe is full proof! Baked to a delicate crunch, this recipe will quickly become a household favorite. Give this recipe a go this week and let us know what you think in the comments below!
If you're looking for meaty, savory dish this one's for you. Throw this one pot meal on the stove, sit back and relax.
This easy, delicious recipe is sure to bring a taste of home and summer, but is also a savory and nutritious comfort food for all year long. This version is a fast crock-pot recipe but can also be fancied up and baked in a stunning spread.
Once you’ve made your own granola at home, the packaged stuff will seem dry, hard and tasteless. I dare you to try this simple and wholesome recipe. You’ll never go back! Not only is this mix tasty, but it’s filled with healthy fats, fiber, and antioxidants.
Instead of ordering takeout this week, try our take on a Sichuan classic. Many Americanized Chinese dishes are loaded with sugar due to the syrupy sauces that make them so delicious. You won't miss orange chicken when you upgrade to a little spice and a lot of flavor with this health-ified dish.
As larger servings become more and more common, it can distort what we view as a normal portion. While the best way to find out how much you’re eating is to measure it out, it isn’t practical to whip out a measuring cup when you’re eating out. Here's an easy way to estimate your serving sizes and keep your portions - and weight - in check!
Want to get healthier this year but you always break your NYE resolution? Did you know that by six weeks into the new year, 4 out of 5 people have broken their resolutions? Crazy right? It’s never too late to make make a goal you can stick to. Check out these 5 goals to make this year your healthiest yet!
What’s the most hyped up vitamin during the cooler seasons? Vitamin D! Here’s the breakdown of why you need it, how to know if you’re deficient, and how to get some more.
Losing weight can seem impossible! Breaking down the challenge into small, easy to accomplish goals not only is proven to help you lose weight, but will set you up to successfully keep it off in the long run. Here’s your hour by hour guide to jumpstart your metabolism and lose weight -- all day long.
Whether you’re about to try for a baby or are expecting, many women find themselves looking at their diet. Old wives tales and myths abound when it comes to pregnancy. Here are six myths - busted - so you can take care of yourself, and your baby.
The holidays are a time to celebrate with friends and family and enjoy seasonal favorites. Here at Nourished Bite we want you to have your best holiday season yet with a handy checklist for a happy AND healthy holiday.
Did you know that a complication from a dietary supplement is reported every 24 minutes to US Poison Control Centers? Dietary supplements aren’t tested for safety and efficacy like over-the-counter medications. Here’s how to sift through the marketing and buy the supplement that’s best for you.
Move over, pumpkin! Summer may be over, but these fruit and veggies are at their peak as temperatures cool. Here are our top picks for your fall grocery list!
Eating well doesn’t have to be expensive! Healthy eating on a budget is totally possible - it just takes a little more planning and thrift than dumping your whole paycheck at a fancy grocery store. With the following tips, you’ll be on your way to a healthier diet with change to spare.
Your immune system is always chugging away, defending you from bacteria, viruses, and other germs and protecting you from everything from common colds to cancer. While no one food will magically fight off the flu, adding these essential nutrients and tips to your day will give your immune system a fighting chance through cold season and beyond.
Over the last few decades, a modern diet filled with processed, easily digestible foods has become the norm. While it’s easier to cook and eat these types of foods, they haven’t done our bodies any favors. Whether you’re tired of being hungry right after a meal, or trying to cut back on calories, eating more of these four things and following these tips will keep you fuller longer - and healthier.
You KNOW you should read your labels, but when you’re weaving through the supermarket aisle in a rush, it’s much easier to just grab a familiar product or a label that looks good and get out of there. While marketers splash claims on the front of the label, the real dirt is on the back on the nutrition label. With just a few tips from this nutrition label cheat sheet, your cart will be filled with nutritious food and you’ll be out the door in no time!
Gluten-free diets are as popular as ever! Check out these six common mistakes people make when trying to go GF before deciding if this diet is right for you.
This diet is backed by the USDA, can help you drop pounds, reduces the risk of many diseases, and much more yet no one knows about it! We break down the DASH diet so you can see if it’s right for you.
Barbecue season is in full swing! Grilling can be a tasty and lean way to cook food, but before you fire up the grill, check out our top tips for a BBQ that’s tasty and good for you.
All sorts of foods are labeled ‘healthy’, but many don’t deserve that health halo! Here are 5 “healthy” foods to watch out for.
While food can't compete with sunscreen, a hat, or good ol' fashioned shade, some foods can boost your skin's ability to protect itself and heal from time in the sun. By enjoying some of these antioxidant rich foods on the regular, you can reap skin protecting benefits (but still don’t skip the sunscreen).
You've just finished a great strength training workout. It might even feel like a small miracle that you made it to pilates class today, considering your crazy schedule and overwhelming desire to sleep in an extra hour. But hey, you did it!But now what do you eat?
Not only is yo-yo dieting not good for your waistline, new research shows that yo-yo dieting can drastically raise the risk of having a heart attack or stroke and doubles the risk of death! Here’s why you should skip the fad diet and what you should do instead.
It’s Spring! The grass is growing, flowers are blooming, and fresh fruits and vegetables are finally making their way back onto shelves. After a long winter, seasonal, local produce is a welcome change to our taste buds. Here are our top picks for your grocery list!