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How she eats it: Armul adds spinach to a surprising range of dishes, blending a cup of it in smoothies (she says the spinach taste is overpowered by the sweet flavor of fruit), shredding it for taco and sandwich toppings and stirring it into eggs (when making omelets), pasta dishes and soups.
How she eats it: There are tons of ways to prepare fish, but Zanini keeps it simple, usually just baking it, or marinating and grilling it. We love this easy roasted salmon with honey-dijon glaze. Or, try these salmon burgers, which are tucked into pita pockets.
How she eats it: Kirkpatrick makes edamame hummus, which she says is so thick and rich-tasting, she feels like she's eating bad-for-you comfort food, when really it's one of the healthiest snacks you can indulge in. She likes to scoop up the dip with high-protein almond crackers.
How she eats it: Stick to whole grain pastas and breads, says Gradney; they'll stay with you longer. She also likes sweet potatoes as a picker-upper; there are so many healthy ways to eat them.