Where Mexican meets Mediterranean
Summer in the Bay Area means great wild salmon. For amazing tacos, throw some on the grill then into whole-wheat tortillas with all the fixings. Mexican flavor meets the heart-healthy Mediterranean diet—fish, whole grains and fresh veggies. What’s not to like?
• 12 ounces salmon fillet, cut into four portions (3 ounces each)
• 4 (8-inch) whole-wheat tortillas
Hit the road for fun and fitness
Getting out and enjoying the day can work wonders for your health and well-being. Each of these irresistible day trips offers a specific health benefit.
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Now that the weather is warming up, eating out—as in out of doors—is an increasingly attractive option. Here are some tips to help safeguard your munchies and protect your picnic crew from food-borne illness.
The word’s definitely out in the Bay Area: Walking is a smart—and fun—way to boost your health
These five spots will have you wanting to eat all your meals outside
1. Crissy Field
Why? World-class views, great people-watching, proximity to shoreline walks or bike rides, lawn, beach, picnic tables. Ideal location for kite flying.
How? Get a cracked crab or some cooked bay shrimp from Fisherman’s Wharf or the grocery store. Add a salad, some Levain bread—what a picnic!
The opportunity to boost your health in the Great Outdoors is closer than you think
There’s no better way to celebrate spring's warmer temps—and Mother Nature—than a family camping trip. Check the following compilation of some of Yelp’s highest rated Bay Area family campgrounds—then get packin’.
This colorful salad combines fresh in-season apricots, strawberries and cantaloupe, plus a sprinkling of pistachios, for a fresh and different summer dish that’s very low in fat and sodium and high in fiber, protein and calcium.
• 1 container (8 ounce) fat-free plain yogurt
• 2 tablespoons thawed orange juice concentrate
• 2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil or 2 teaspoons dried basil leaves
• 1 tablespoon honey
• 1 small head iceberg lettuce cut into 8 wedges (or mixed greens)