It turns out many women have cravings for lemonade during their pregnancies, so I developed this easy-to-make recipe. Using fresh lemons and a bit of honey, this refreshing drink has a slightly tart, not-too-sweet taste. And, it may just help with your morning sickness—at least for awhile.

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Brown Rice Risotto

Brown rice isn’t just packed with complex carbs. It’s a top source of magnesium, too. If you work out, it’s even more important as a diet low in magnesium can zap the quality of your workout, causing you to tire more easily.    Go to recipe ->

Salmon and Arugula Salad

Like other dark leafy greens, arugula provides a source of vitamin A in the form of beta-carotene . Also contains vitamin K and vitamin B-9. Combined with salmon we get many health benefits..     Go to recipe ->

Vegetarian black bean breakfast burritos

These vegetarian burritos have so much going on from black beans, roasted poblano chiles, queso fresco, scrambled egg, and tangy tomatillo salsa that even committed carnivores could be forgiven for not noticing the lack of meat.     Go to recipe ->

Perfect Start Of The Day

Mixed fruit and carrot smoothie

Consuming the daily recommendations of fruits and vegetables can be a challenge. Blending a couple of servings of each into a smoothie helps ensure you meet your body’s daily nutritional needs.     Go to recipe ->


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Ingredient Of The Week


Asparagus ranks among the top 20 foods in regards to ANDI score (Aggregate Nutrient Density Index), which measures vitamin, mineral and phytonutrient content in relation to the caloric content. To earn a high ANDI rank, food must provide a high amount of nutrients for a small amount of calories.

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