Grilled Miso Glazed Bok ChoyThis Grilled Miso Glazed Bok Choy is absolutely delicious and easy to make. Bok choy is full of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that make it a beneficial addition to your diet. Our Nutrition Services Team is here to help you create and manage your healthy lifestyle habits. Need help setting or sticking to your goals? Schedule an appointment by calling 480-882-4545.Creamy Vegetable Dip by Diana Aguilera, MS, RDN | Registered DietitianEating veggies can be a chore for some, but it doesn't have to be when you have a zesty dip to compliment them. Full of much needed fiber, veggies are 'a must' regardless of your diet. If you want to dress them up a bit, try this healthful dip and dig in! Hearty Beef Stew by Noel Ugarte, MS, RD | Registered DietitianA classic beef stew is the ideal meal for a chilly night. Tender beef mixed with potatoes, veggies and red wine meld together, creating a fragrant healthful bite.Autumn Roasted Root VeggiesDuring Autumn, some of the best root veggies become available and there's only one way to cook them - in the oven. Roasting veggies adds a unique flavor and texture while locking in all their nutrients, ensuring you are getting the most vitamins, minerals and fiber possible. Best part is the amazing aroma that spreads throughout your home when they are just about done. That's a little trick to know they are ready to eat!Honey Roasted Root Vegetables by Stephanie Olzinski, RDN, Nutrition SupervisorWhile taking various supplements might be needed for additional nutritional support, one of the best ways to consume these vitamins and minerals is by roasting them in the oven. Locking in those nutrients and bringing out the natural sweetness of these root veggies lends an amazing aroma in your home as well as they make a great side dish, snack or appetizer.Homemade Minestrone Soup (slow cooker) by Mina Goodman, RDNThe best part about making this soup is it can be made in a cinch and has tons of flavor and healthful nutrients. Let's take it to another level by using a slow cooker so the aroma's will fill your home as this complete meal cooks throughout the day...are you getting hungry yet? Let's get cooking!
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