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Good nutrition is one way to reduce your risk of developing heart disease and stroke. But, eating a healthy, balanced diet can be a challenge. Making these tasty dishes at home can help you manage your diabetes.

Try these healthy recipes today

Bean and Cheese Tostadas
A combination of giant nachos and tossed salad, these yummy tostadas require knives and forks.
Mediterranean Zucchini
With its sunny seasonings of fresh lemon zest, basil, oregano, and red pepper flakes, this recipe pays homage to the humble zucchini and elevates it to a whole new level of deliciousness.
Asian Chicken and Vegetable Stew
Tender cubes of chicken, crisp vegetables, and an Asian-inspired broth make for an aromatic entrée. Serve with whole-wheat or sesame crispbread.
Whole-Wheat Spinach Parathas
Paratha is a type of flatbread that originated in the northern part of India, where it is still popular. It’s part of a traditional Indian breakfast but can also be served alongside lunch or dinner.
Cubano Roasted Broccoli Florets
Plain broccoli gets a Cuban makeover!
Tarragon Tomatoes
By using this mayo-mustard topping to heighten the flavor of tomatoes, you can enjoy them all year round. The small amount of horseradish adds just enough sharpness to contrast with the sweet-tart flavor of the tomatoes and the anise-like taste of tarragon.