Healthy Recipes

Healthy Living has returned! Every Thursday morning Darlene Studer, Registered Dietitian from Avera Medical Group Worthington/Access Family Medical Clinic joins us with a healthy food recipe and topic. For a full list of recipes, check the list below. You can even pin them to your Pinterest page by using the social links on the lefthand side to save for later!

**NEW** Do you have a recipe that you love, but wish it was better for you? Send us your recipes and Darlene, Avera Dietitian, will do a recipe makeover! We will share your recipe on the air and taste test the healthier version. Darlene’s email: Darlene.studer@avera.org

Healthy Living Recipe: Quick Honey Garlic Shrimp & Broccoli

Darlene DeWitt, Registered Dietitian from Avera Medical Group Worthington/Access Family Medical Clinic joins us with a healthy food recipe and topic. It's a crazy time of year for school activities, and we don't want to be stuck inside cooking. What can you do to save time, but still eat well?

Healthy Living Recipe: No-Bake Macaroni & Cheese

Darlene DeWitt, Registered Dietitian from Avera Medical Group Worthington/Access Family Medical Clinic joins us with a healthy food recipe and topic. Are you an emotional eater? Do you know the difference between emotional and physical hunger? Mindful eating means we are more conscious of what and why we are eating.

Healthy Living Recipe: Refrigerator Overnight Oatmeal

Darlene DeWitt, Registered Dietitian from Avera Medical Group Worthington/Access Family Medical Clinic joins us with a healthy food recipe and topic. March is National Kidney Month. To keep your kidneys happy (and functioning), eat less sodium and more fresh or frozen fruits and veggies, whole grains, rice or noodles and fresh meat! Try out this delicious (and kidney-happy) recipe with refrigerator overnight oatmeal, a tasty, high fiber breakfast sure to keep you full all morning.

Healthy Living Recipe: Zesty Green Goddess Dip

Darlene DeWitt, Registered Dietitian from Avera Medical Group Worthington/Access Family Medical Clinic joins us with a healthy food recipe and topic. One of the tips for 2017 is to eat healthy snacks, which are a great way to fill in the gaps. Try combination groups and prepare them in Ziploc bags to make it easy. Try this zesty green goddess dip.