Fatty fish like tuna, salmon, and trout are rich sources of omega-3 fats, which may help ease inflammation as well as lower levels of blood fats called triglycerides. Tuna and lima beans also deliver a punch of blood pressure-lowering potassium. View recipe.
Use extra-virgin olive oil in this dressing—you'll taste the difference. For added protein, top the salad with sliced chicken breast or grilled shrimp. View recipe.
Serve with crusty bread and a light salad for a fabulous springtime dinner. It's also a great addition to a buffet brunch or lunch. View recipe.
This quick egg dish is especially good for a Valentine's brunch (mimosa made with fresh-squeezed OJ optional!). Mint gives it an interesting and fresh flavor, but feel free to use basil instead. View recipe.
Infused with the delicate flavors of green tea, ginger, and sesame oil, salmon takes on an Asian flavor in this simple, colorful meal. View recipe.
This simple but elegant salad that features just a few simple, heart-healthy ingredients is perfect for a special lunch. View recipe.
A beautiful presentation, with surprisingly little effort. The slightly wilted greens lend succulence to simple, steamed sole. Serving tip: Accompany with sensual black rice for an elegant presentation. View recipe.
For any scallop lover, this low-fat, dairy-free Mexican dish is a real treat. View recipe.
Prepare one of these healthy Valentine's Day recipes for your sweetie this year.
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