Recipes

Food for Mind and Sight

Who said healthy had to be boring? Try these delicious recipes that may help reduce the incidence of many chronic diseases.

Baked zucchini chips in a bowl.

A tasty, healthier alternative to potato chips, zucchini chips are light, crisp, and easy to make! Only a few minutes of prep time needed and the oven does the rest!

A broccoli salad.

Prepare ahead in just 15 minutes and enjoy this salad with visual appeal, eye-healthy ingredients, and sweet and spicy tang. This quick and easy side completes a meal - deliciously

Fruit-filled French toast wraps.

Research has demonstrated the importance of a healthy lifestyle. To help you in your pursuit of good health, here’s a delicious and easy recipe to try.

Oatmeal with oranges and cherries.

This delicious dish is rich in the omega-3 fat DHA, vitamin C, vitamin E, folate, and zinc.

A mango salsa.

A tasty and simple citrus twist on a classic dish.

Squash ribbons in a colander.

This elegant side dish is simply dressed and loaded with flavor and vitamin A to support your vision and immune system.

A green smoothie in a glass jar with straws. Spinach and kale leaves are lying next to the jar.

This Brain Boost Smoothie is delicious, easy to make, and packed with brain-healthy flavonoids, vitamins E and K, folate, and curcumin.

A vibrant large saucepan of the Fish Plaki dish, topped with sliced tomatoes, carrots, celery, and parsley covering baked white fish, resting on a stovetop.

Inspired by BrightFocus President and CEO Stacy Pagos Haller’s own heritage, this baked Greek-style fish recipe is easy to make, healthy, and a great way to add vibrant Mediterranean flavors to your table.

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