Looking to give your heart a healthy boost? A new study from The New England Journal of Medicine has shown that a Mediterranean diet can help stave off heart disease. Here are some recipes that will kick-start your healthy eating habits.
|Michael Symon's Sicilian Cauliflower|
Olive oil, pine nuts and dried fruit give bland cauliflower some pep.
Recipe: Michael Symon's Sicilian Cauliflower
|Daphne Oz's Pistachio Crusted Halibut with Roasted Tomato and Basil|
Halibut tastes even better when coated with a crunchy pistachio crust.
Recipe: Daphne Oz's Pistachio Crusted Halibut with Roasted Tomato and Basil
|Rachel Willen's Spicy Moroccan Salmon with Cous Cous|
Fresh salmon is flavored with extra virgin olive oil and served with herbed Cous Cous.
Recipe: Rachel Willen's Spicy Moroccan Salmon with Cous Cous
|Emeril's Orange, Walnut and Goat Cheese Salad|
Adding a handful of nuts to your salad gives your meal extra protein and healthy fats.
Recipe: Emeril's Orange, Walnut and Goat Cheese Salad
|The Silver Spoon Cookbook's Sea Bass Baked in a Parcel|
Incredibly flavorful, this recipe steams sea bass in a parcel filled with fresh herbs and wine.
Recipe: The Silver Spoon Cookbook's Sea Bass Baked in a Parcel
|Tyler Florence's Kale Salad with Green Apple and Walnuts|
Full of vitamins and minerals, kale gets Mediterranean-flair with walnuts and a roasted grape vinaigrette.
Recipe: Tyler Florence's Kale Salad with Green Apple and Walnuts
|Daphne's Gladiator Oatmeal|
Breakfast can be heart-healthy, too! Try this oatmeal recipe doused with olive oil and topped with tofu bacon.
Recipe: Daphne's Gladiator Oatmeal