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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

Spicy Pork Chops with Sweet Mango Sauce
You can almost feel the island breezes when you savor this Jamaican-inspired dish. Serve over fluffy brown rice or quinoa to catch all the fruit-filled sauce, with a side of wilted kale.
Eggplant with Roasted Red Bell Pepper Relish
Roasted red bell pepper relish adds a burst of color and flavor atop thick slices of tender, lightly browned eggplant. Roasting the eggplant tames its slightly bitter flavor and highlights its natural richness.
Shrimp Aguachile
Adriana Urbina is a Venezuelan chef, entrepreneur, culinary consultant, integrative nutrition coach and women’s advocate with more than 10 years of experience in the restaurant industry, who believes that cooking is a form of self-expression that brings people together and elevates the human spirit.
Arroz Tapado AKA Covered Rice
Toasted Garlic Brown Rice topped with flavorful ground beef, Criolla Salsa, and sweet plantains.
Vindaloo-Style Roasted Pork Tenderloin
This Vindaloo-Style Roasted Pork Tenderloin is an ideal entrée for your holiday meal. You prep the dish the morning or night before you plan to serve it, freeing you up to do other things. It only needs 30 minutes to roast.
Spinach-Parmesan Quiche Bites
Looking for a delicious, stress-free holiday appetizer to serve up while the turkey cooks? Look no further. You can make our Spinach-Parmesan Quiche Bites up to five days in advance. To serve, just reheat them in the microwave.