Deliciously Healthy at NCI
Apple Pie Green Smoothie
Homemade Protein Bars
Savory Shrimp With Tomatoes and Spinach
Amy's Award Winning Sour Cream Cheesecake
Jamie and Brad's BBQ Chicken Wedding Salad
Chicken and Black Bean Casserole
Cucumber, Onion and Tomato Salad
Jello Cream Cheese Balls
Dave's Easy Chicken (or whatever) Fajitas
Simple Egg Frittata
Magician's Disappearing Red Pepper Hummus
Salmon and Rice, Wrapped in Pastry with Dill Sauce
Easy Low Carb Spaghetti Squash
Izquiate or Chia Fresca
Magnificent Mexican Scrambled Eggs
Beef Stroganoff with Green Beans
Caprese Salad with Garbanzo Beans and Avocado
Grilled Sirloin with Parmesan Roasted Vegetables
Lemon Garlic Pasta with Grilled Chicken and Green Beans
Tuna Salad with Strawberries
Individual Baked Oatmeal Cups -- Clean Eating
Italian Chicken Pasta Salad
Zucchini and Carrot “Fries”
Crock-Pot Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
A Healthy Spinach Tomato Pasta Dish
Skinny Chocolate Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies (Preacher Cookies)
Cucumber & Kimchi Noodle Salad
Easy Breakfast Egg Muffins
Apple Pie Green SmoothieThis original came from Green Smoothies and has been tweaked to meet our nutritional requirements during a health crisis. Submitted by: Lorinda Camacho
Shrimp PaellaDecided to make this authentic Spanish dish that I tried it one night at Columbus. Submitted by: Prajwal Koirala
Homemade Protein BarsI stumbled upon this recipe while looking for a homemade energy bar to take camping. Each bar has the following macronutrient values: 200 calories 7g fat 18g carbs 17g protein Submitted by: Michael Tabor
Savory Shrimp With Tomatoes and SpinachI created this recipe myself as a healthy way to incorporate more seafood in to my diet, as well as fresh vegetables with a rice or pasta alternative using Spaghetti Squash or Quinoa. Submitted by: Darlene Graham
Amy's Award Winning Sour Cream CheesecakeMy best friend's mother taught me how to make sour cream cheese cake while I was in high school and now I make it each holiday season. In 2014 I decided to enter it in a cook off that the Nashville office of AdvanceMed and took first place in the dessert category. Submitted by: Amy Long
Buffalo CauliflowerI am a person who likes hot food. I also like chicken wings. I have talked about how to make something I can eat on a diet and still get the hot flavor that I like so much. My Mom suggested Buffalo Cauliflower. I realized I had a bunch of frozen cauliflower and I seasoned it like wings. Submitted by: Travis Bass
Couscous SaladI found this recipe when I was out browsing for a healthy food menu for my family. Guess what: my children like it! I do substitute different vegetables for the zucchini as my children do not like zucchini (tomatoes, yellow peppers, yellow squash, broccoli, sugar snap peas, et al). Submitted by: Wilhelmina Lynn Goodloe
Jamie and Brad's BBQ Chicken Wedding SaladWe first had this main-course salad at our niece's outdoor wedding and loved it. Using a rotisserie chicken in place of leftover barbecue chicken makes this an everyday summer dinner on the deck. Submitted by: Carole Reid
Chicken and Black Bean CasseroleThis Chicken and Black Bean Casserole Recipe was originally found online by my husband as a surprise healthy meal since we eat so much chicken. Over the years the seasoning has increased and we've even used leftover or rotisserie chicken when in a rush. Submitted by: S. Rudolph-Frank
Zucchini ChipsI found this recipe on Pintrest. At the beginning of 2015, I made a commitment to myself to change my eating habits and become more healthy. When I have the want for potato chips, I just go pop some Zucchini in the oven. Submitted by: Heidi Beckham
Cucumber, Onion and Tomato SaladThis is a nice, cool and refreshing salad. Submitted by: Danyel Bottoms
Jello Cream Cheese BallsI found this recipe on Pinterest. Kicking the sweets and snack cakes was really hard. I was so thankful to find this. It is so easy to make. Your whole family will enjoy and not even know it is sugar-free. Submitted by: Heidi Beckham
Cauliflower ChowderA creamy, low carb, hearty and wonderfully cozy soup for those chilly nights. This was found on Pinterest. Submitted by: Heidi Beckham
Vegetable SoupThis is my favorite soup and i want to share this recipe with others. Submitted by: Alla Mitin
Chicken MarbellaThis recipe came from Food Editors of Woman's Day and sponsored by United Healthcare Health Slow Cooker recipes. Submitted by: JP McGuire
Dave's Easy Chicken (or whatever) FajitasWith only a handful of ingredients and a little prep time why wait to go to the Mexican restaurant to enjoy those chicken fajitas? Submitted by: Dave Ingels
Simple Egg FrittataFound this on the incredible egg web site while searching for gluten-free breakfast recipes and healthier breakfast choices. I would like to share for those looking for an easy to make healthy recipe that includes eggs and and easy way to get a serving of vegetables with breakfast. Submitted by: Jessica Ward
Magician's Disappearing Red Pepper HummusBeing from Mediterranean descent, I was SO excited when Mediterranean food joined the ranks of Healthy Fare. Use this for a dip when entertaining; spread it on a wrap/flatbread, add fresh greens, and other crunchy veggies and "Bellissimo" you have a fresh and satisfying lunch or snack! Adding rice to your beans=The Perfect Protein. Don't forget to put rice in your wrap! Protein satisfies your appetite--for you Carb watchers! So great to make ahead--it freezes well! Submitted by: Rae Beasley, RN, BSN
3-Ingredient PancakesFrom Cooking Light Magazine - October 2015 issue Made from whole grains, fruit and one protein-packed egg. Serves 1 Calories 228 These single-serving pancakes are a bit more like the custardy center bite of French toast: fluffy, eggy and golden delicious. Includes 10 grams of protein per serving. Submitted by: Lori Napier, recipe from Michelle Klug Submitted by: Kimberly
Salmon and Rice, Wrapped in Pastry with Dill SauceThis recipe is a simplified but impressive interpretation of the Russian fish pie known as kulebiaka, which the French call coulibiac. Offer Champagne with the entrée, and finish the meal with babas au rhum from a French bakery to complete the cross-European elegance. Submitted by: Carole Reid
Izquiate or Chia FrescaIzquiate is a drink the Tarahumara or "running people" of Mexico drink for energy and longevity. I had read about the drink in a book called Born to Run, written about the Tarahumara and their incredible ultra running capabilities. I grew up running, so I found it interesting and healthy to supplement my diet with Izquiate. It turns out that Chia seeds are a superfood and are loaded with nutrients and minerals. Submitted by: Victor Othon
Magnificent Mexican Scrambled EggsThis is a quick, tasty, and filling breakfast. The idea for this recipe came from an attempt to use leftovers creatively. I liked it so much, now I plan for it! Submitted by: Jennifer Brown
Caprese Salad with Garbanzo Beans and AvocadoFrom Curves--I like to prepare a big batch on the weekend and have lunches for the whole week. Submitted by: Debby Blessing
Grilled Sirloin with Parmesan Roasted VegetablesFrom Curves--The only way I can get my family to eat brussels sprouts Submitted by: Debby Blessing
Tuna Salad with StrawberriesWhat a great idea, use avocado as a substitute for mayonnaise!! Submitted by: Debby Blessing
Individual Baked Oatmeal Cups -- Clean EatingHealthy eating.....Quick breakfast on the go for anyone in the family. Submitted by: Alberta Horne
Crock-Pot Stuffed Cabbage RollsMy mom made cabbage rolls a lot when I was growing up. There was eight of us so there was a lot of them to make. I have a smaller family and a hectic schedule so I cook them in crockpot and get the same results. Submitted by: Alberta Horne
Italian CouscousAn easy to prepare meal for a family and left overs great. Turkey mixture can be made in large batches and frozen for another day. Submitted by: Carol Harrity-Tun
Paleo PancakesI've been on the Paleo diet for a little over six months. I was really sad to see pancakes go. Then I found this recipe and although it's not the exact same it fits the bill. Submitted by: Dan Patterson
A Healthy Spinach Tomato Pasta DishThis recipe came from CookingLight and MyRecipe.com. I made it on my own many times in life, before I found it at CookingLight and MyRecipe.com, but I never used chicken stock/broth or olive oil. The broth made it so much more flavorful than my original version of this dish. I wanted to share it because we are in the IT business where things move rather swiftly. This is a quick, easy meal that can be prepared in minutes. It can be eaten hot or cold, and it's healthy without eliminating great taste! Submitted by: JeTaun Murphy
Skinny Chocolate Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies (Preacher Cookies)My mom used to make what she called "Preacher Cookies" because this recipe used ingredients that we usually had on hand. If the preacher or company were stopping by unexpectedly, you could still whip up a batch of these cookies and have them in time for company or the preacher to enjoy. This recipe had me at no bake…okay, actually the chocolate, then peanut butter! But seriously what could be easier than no bake cookies! This is a lightened-up version of those no bake cookies that my mom used to make. Use only a few simple ingredients like peanut butter, chocolate, oats, and a banana to make a delicious batch of no bake cookies today! Submitted by: Julie Lani Bridges
Cucumber & Kimchi Noodle SaladThis recipe is from Clean Eating but it is a huge hit with my family and very healthy. It's also really easy though it has lots of steps - the steps are easy. Submitted by: Jocelyn Hsu
Easy Breakfast Egg MuffinsThis is a recipe I invented to save myself time in the morning. I make these on a Sunday night and eat them for the next three mornings. It's very flexible and easy to modify to your personal tastes. Submitted by: Jocelyn Hsu
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