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If you want to eat healthfully, you’ll want to cook. Maybe not every night but some of the time. Everyone who cooks is always looking for inspiration. We have been absolutely besieged by SuperFoodsRx fans looking for healthy recipes that feature the SuperFoods. Both of our previous books included terrific recipes created by accomplished chefs. SuperFood fans loved these recipes but they wanted more. We are really excited to introduce in the SuperFoodsRx Diet the ‘dream team’ of recipe developers – the SuperFoodsRx Kitchen. That’s our name for the extraordinary team we’ve assembled to create the most appealing, healthy, mouth-watering – and yes, easy – recipes you could ever imagine.

The most important thing to know about the SuperFoods Rx Kitchen is that the recipes will be delicious, easy, healthy and appealing. Most important, they are not afraid of simple. Anyone who has ever roasted a vegetable knows that sometimes a recipe need have no more than two ingredients to be fabulous.

We will be sharing these mouthwatering recipes with you through the regular “Healthy Feels Great” newsletter, as well as featuring many of them throughout this web site.

Best of all, we are working on a brand new cookbook, which will feature the very best recipes developed by the SuperFoodsRx Kitchen and by the thousands of cooks who know the nutritional power of the superfoods.

SuperFoodsRx Featured Healthy Recipes

Lime - Pecan Crusted Turkey Breast

Pecan TurkeyRoasting a turkey breast means you'll always have this SuperFood on hand for sandwiches. Buy organic turkey; it does make a difference.

Flavorful Roasted Tofu

Baked TofuEven if you’re a tofu novice, this tastes good. Roasted tofu is a versatile addition to a green salad, served over brown rice, or in place of cheese in a sandwich. Try it with avocado, tomato, and lettuce on wheat bread for a taste treat. Dice it up with some peas and corn and have it as a lettuce wrap.

Pine Nut Stuffed Basil Tomatoes

Pine Nut Stuffed Basil Tomatoes When you can find organic heirloom tomatoes, this recipe is a show-stopper!

Pumpkin Seed Dip

Pumpkin DipThis is a helathy dip for parties or for snacking. Use a quality, light mayonnaise made with heart-healthy fats like grapeseed, canola, or soy oil in this recipe. Serve witth a platter of cut-up vegetables.
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