This simple, flavourful salad is bursting with antioxidants. Use mangos that are slightly firm so they hold their shape when you mix the salad. You can also serve this salad as a salsa paired with grilled fish or chicken.
Swiss chard is truly a nutrition powerhouse. It's packed with antioxidants, magnesium, potassium and bone-building vitamin K. This version of the sauteéd green gets a flavour boost from toasted sesame oil.
Rainbow trout is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids that help keep your heart, brain and eyes healthy. This dish is as delicious as it is simple to make.
This is one of my favourite salads. It's a simple dinner, especially if you live in warmer climates, and the leftovers are great for next day's lunch. This salad is loaded with flavour and can be made the day before.
This roasted vegetable dish is delicious and makes plenty of leftovers for quick weekday lunches and dinners. At only 107 calories per serving, it delivers plenty of fibre and antioxidants. From Bonnie Stern's More Heartsmart Cooking.
Don't be fooled by their red hue - when cooked, red lentils turn pale yellow. And unlike many other pulses, red lentils are very quick to cook.
When added to baked goods, like these muffins, millet provides a crunchy texture and nutty taste.
Chipotle chili powder gives chili a rich, smoky flavour. Save some of this chili for leftovers - it's even tastier the next day.
This is one of those easy-to-make recipes the whole family will love. And it's loaded with beta-carotene, an antioxidant thought to guard against cardiovascular disease.
I love coconut, so macaroons are a favourite of mine. This recipe yields unbelievably light macaroons that literally melt in your mouth.