Have you resolved to eat better in the new year? If you're feeling the post-holiday bloat, try these clean, lean recipes. We've rounded up 10 healthy, easy meal options, composed of whole, natural ingredients to detoxify your body after all those naughty (but delicious) treats. Stay away from processed food for a while, and check out these nutrient-rich from healthy bloggers and recipe writers around the web.
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Jump start your cleanse with this power-packed green soup that's bursting with nutrients. Boasting a fresh, bright, lemony flavor, you won't even know it's good for you!
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The nutritional benefits of kale have been widely reported, but did you know that pumpkin seeds are a rich source of zinc and sweet potatoes have vitamin B6, D, and C. Best of all, beans make this a filling meal, and add powerful protein.
This vibrant, green, creamy spread makes a delightfully and satisfying snack. A creative twist on traditional hummus, substituting chickpeas with edamame gives this easy-to-make treat an innovative and delicious flavor.
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Kimberly Snyder, the detox guru, absolutely swears by this tea that she drinks every morning to boost immunity and ward off winter illnesses. Try it this winter; the spicy taste may be strange at first, but you'll soon be addicted.
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A warm and hearty breakfast, you can feel good about the way you start your day with this steaming bowl of nutty, sweet quinoa. Quinoa is a meatless complete protein source, making it a lean, clean, nutritional powerhouse.
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Creamy and flavorful green coconut chutney made from all natural ingredients makes this elegant fish dish a meal you can serve to guests, while remaining simple enough to cook any night of the week for your family.
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The baked version of this traditional Mediterranean dish gives you all the flavor without any of the guilt. Try this sandwich as a healthy lunch or dinner option.
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A healthy crust composed of oats and the use coconut oil instead of butter make this a dessert, while remaining a creamy, luxurious, and spicy-sweet indulgence.
A great, steamy dinner on a chilly evening, make a big pot of this healthy soup at the beginning of the week and watch it disappear!
A nutrient-rich hot cereal, this recipe makes a simple, sweet healthy breakfast that you can give to kids before sending them off to school.