Spice up your green salad with a pre-prepped mix of skipjack tuna, red beans, corn, sweet red peppers, and simmered onion. Freshé is also certified by nonprofit as sustainably caught seafood.
Remember this idea from Shark Tank? Made from hearts of palm, Palmini noodles contain just 4g of carbs and 20 calories per serving. To prepare, drain and rinse before heating with your favorite sauce.
Combine eggplant — a great source of cell-protecting antioxidants called anthocyanins — with tomatoes and onions and you're halfway done with a Mediterranean-inspired dish.
Okay, okay — it's not a can, but this carton offers the same ready-in-minutes convenience and the health benefits of a plant-based, veggie-packed stew.
If you're looking for a canned soup that doesn't OD on salt, Amy's light-in-sodium line has got you covered. This option has an extra kick for spicy food fans with half the amount of salt found in other brands.
Good news: Eating spicy food regularly can actually help you lose or maintain weight. That's because people tend to consume foods with heat more slowly, allowing more time for the body to cue that you're full.
If you're not ready for "fire-roasted" chiles, mild peppers might just do the trick. Baby steps, people, baby steps.
At less than 100mg of sodium per serving, this homey chicken soup contains just a fraction of the salt found in traditional options. That's a guilt-free choice when you're short on time to make dinner.
Pasta lovers, take note. It's a good rule of thumb to look for low-sodium versions of tomato sauce whether you buy cans or jars.
Delicious dinner idea: Baked foil packets of shrimp, cannellini beans, and vegetables tossed with olive oil, lemon zest, and spices. Yes, please!
Tons of organic veggies, beans, and potatoes make this Italian option a total thumbs-up. Equally important, it keeps the salt in check at 290mg, only 12% of your daily value.
Just one serving of sardines contains 20% of your daily value of vitamin B12, an essential nutrient for nerve function and cognitive health. They're basically brain food!
You don't have to go to Chipotle to get your fix. Black beans pack both protein and fiber in one smart serving.
Take the night off from cooking and heat up a pulse-filled stew instead. Green beans, tomatoes, and spinach round out the lentils.
You can't beat beets. The pigments (called ) in these colorful veggies can lower your risk of heart disease and reduce inflammation.
A single serving of this stew contains 45% of your daily value of Vitamin A, the nutrient in carrots that helps protect vision and keep eyes healthy.
Yep, more beans. They don't call them the "magical fruit" for nothing (but not for the reason you're thinking of).