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Easy Meal Prep: How to Use Fresh Produce in Component Cooking

By Camille Berry

Elevate your nutrition and simplify meal prep with fresh fruits and veggies.

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10 Recipes to Get You Excited for Alfresco Dining Season

By Life Time Editorial Team

Celebrate the start of summer by taking your meal outdoors.

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9 Must-Try Grilled Fruit and Vegetable Recipes

By Experience Life Staff

Embrace the versatility of the grill at your next meal! Think beyond traditional grilled meat options with this collection of plant-forward recipes.

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The Health Benefits of Medicinal Mushrooms

By Catherine Guthrie

Fungi have been used as medicine for thousands of years. Discover six varieties and their many health benefits.

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5 Picnic Salad Recipes

By Maddie Augustin

Made with good-for-you ingredients and full of flavor, these side dishes are perfect for your next alfresco affair.

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11 Healthier Desserts

By Experience Life Staff

From cookies to crème brûlée, and fruit crisp to vegan cheesecake, explore a variety of wholesome dessert recipes to treat yourself.

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5 Recipes for a Happy, Healthy Gut

By Kate Morgan

Try these nutritious dishes to heal your gut lining and support your microbiome.

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How to Eat 30 Grams of Protein at Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

By The Life Time Health Team

Eating 30 grams of protein per meal is a target to aim for to help steady blood sugar, support energy, and keep you feeling satiated. Use these high-protein recipes to reach that goal.

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5 Plant-Based Mexican Recipes

By Jose Guzman, RDN

Try these plant-forward twists on Mexican classics.

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How to Find Real Maple Syrup

By Lauren David

Fake maple syrup is often made with corn syrup and artificial flavors. Here’s how to ensure your pancakes are drizzled with the real deal.

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10 of Our Most Popular Chicken Recipes

By Experience Life Staff

Your search for healthy, flavorful, and easy-to-make chicken dishes ends here.

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How to Find Real Parmesan Cheese

By Lauren David

Look for real “Parmigiano-Reggiano” cheese instead of products labeled as “Parmesan cheese.” Here’s why.

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5 Healthy Slow-Cooker Recipes

By Maddie Augustin

Come home to a nourishing meal with one of these comforting recipes.

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How to Find Real Olive Oil

By Lauren David

Fake extra-virgin olive oil is often diluted with cheaper oils. Here’s how to find the real deal.

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How to Spot Fake Honey

By Lauren David

One-third of the honey on the market today is adulterated or fake. Here’s how to ensure your honey is the real deal.

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2 Refreshing Electrolyte Mocktail Recipes

By The Life Time Health Team

The inclusion of electrolytes in these mocktails provides you with an extra hydration boost.

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Our 20 Most Popular Healthy-Eating Recipes of 2023

By Callie Fredrickson

Get inspired to mix up your meals and snacks in the new year with this roundup of our most-viewed recipes from last year.

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How to Find Real Honey, Coffee, Extra-Virgin Olive Oil, Parmesan Cheese, and Maple Syrup

By Lauren David

Watch out for imposters among these five favorite foods, and learn how to be sure you’re buying the real deal.

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15 Health and Wellness Trends to Watch in 2024

By Emily Ewen

Life Time experts share their predictions for what’s up-and-coming in the next year.

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How Diet Can Make — or Break — Your Mental Health

By Chrystle Fiedler

Learn about the connection between food and mood and what you can eat to support your mental health.

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