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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

Salmon with Mango and Peach Salsa
Packed with the natural sweetness of mango and peaches, the salsa in this dish gets its kick from jalapeño and cumin. It’s the perfect foil for the richness of salmon.
Roasted Veggie Pizza on Phyllo Crust
A colorful variety of fresh vegetables nests on flaky phyllo dough, then is topped with just the right amount of cheese. Roasting brings out the sweetness of the veggies, packing the pizza with so much flavor that no sauce is needed
Grilled Peach Halves with Fresh Blueberry Compote
Grilling the peach caramelizes its natural sugars. The warm peach combines beautifully with bright berries in this appealing dessert.
Spicy Beef and Onion Kebab
These wonderfully zesty kebabs are perfect for the grilling season. You can grill zucchini or yellow squash seasoned with no-salt-added lemon pepper right alongside the kebabs for an equally flavorful side dish.
Crustless Asparagus & Tomato Quiche
With no crust needed, this quiche is so simple to prepare. Sweet grape tomatoes help create a nice balance of flavors and textures and add a striking color contrast with the bright green asparagus. Perfect for breakfast on its own, or serve it for lunch or dinner with a salad of mixed greens.
Chicken Stir-Fry with Snow Peas and Mixed Bell Peppers
Bell peppers provide a rainbow of colors in this attractive stir-fry. The crispness of the peppers and snow peas contrasts with the juicy chunks of chicken, while a traditional stir-fry sauce bathes the dish in Asian flavors of soy, garlic, and ginger. Add brown rice for a meal that rivals your favorite from the Chinese takeout menu.