Last Updated: Jul 5, 2021
We all know the saying, “You are what you eat.” To a large extent, that’s true. Your diet is one of the most decisive factors in your physical and mental wellbeing.
But eating right is easier said than done. While there is a lot of debate over what constitutes “healthy food,” the misconception that healthy food has to be bland and restrictive seems universal. Time constraints and lack of experience in the kitchen are also common obstacles to people taking the healthy route.
As part of the team at Healthy Kitchen 101 LLC, Healthy Recipes 101 is dedicated to making healthy eating an easy and sustainable choice for everyone by eliminating flavor-, nutrition-, and variety-related roadblocks.
The Recipes We Develop
Healthy eating has never been easier!
The composition of a good diet can be flexible, but there are standards that effectively all nutritional scientists agree on. These are reflected in the USDA’s Healthy Eating Guidelines, which are the foundation for our Nutrition Guidelines for Recipes and Meal Plans.
At Healthy Recipes 101, our recipes and meal plans strictly adhere to these confirmed dietary guidelines. Each and every one of the recipes are also audited by a registered dietitian nutritionist for nutrition content and health benefits.
It’s easier to eat healthfully when your food is delicious. Taste is, after all, the most important influencing factor on our food choices.
In order to present the best flavor, our recipes are audited by a chef and altered before being tested out in the Healthy Recipes 101 Kitchen. This evaluation isn’t limited to ingredients — our chef also refines the recipes by adjusting the cooking time, method, and presentation when necessary to make sure the food meets the ultimate aesthetic standards.
Our collection of recipes covers a diverse range of foods, courses, cuisines, and cooking methods.
We also offer recipes that can easily fit into various diets, including but not limited to low-carb, vegetarian, vegan, paleo, and low-calorie diets.
From Mediterranean salads to air-fried chicken drumsticks to Chinese noodles, you are sure to find a healthy version of your favorite recipe here.
We introduce all the background information that you may need about the food alongside the recipe itself. You will learn how to choose the best ingredients, what to substitute in if you don’t have the right ingredients, how to pre-make and store the food, and a nutritional value table for your reference.
We offer printable step-by-step instructions and photos so even a noob can succeed in your first attempt.
Meet The Team
Starting out as an amateur home cook herself, Luna Regina knows first-hand the challenges most people face when trying to start and maintain the habit of cooking and eating healthy meals. As she realized things get better and more fun in the kitchen over time, Luna founded the website to share her experiences as a way to keep herself inspired as well as inspiring others and helping them stay on track.
MA, Senior Editor
Anh Ngo works at HealthyRecipes101.com from Saigon to make sure the content posted on the website follows journalism standards. Her philosophy is to keep things simple, concise, and strictly useful to the audience.
Anh has a master’s degree in Journalism from Chinese Culture University (Taiwan). Before joining the team in 2017, she was a contributing reporter for Taiwan News and a speech data evaluator at Google.
Tuyet Pham (Pham Thi Anh Tuyet)
Tuyet Pham is a professional chef from Saigon.
Tuyet believes that food tastes best when the cook finds joy in its preparation and cooking. At Healthy Recipes 101, she tests each and every recipe herself and not only makes adjustments according to the desired taste, aroma, and presentation, but also simplifies the execution where possible.
Her hard work and talent have won Tuyet many professional awards and recognitions, including first place in the Young Talent Escoffier Vietnam 2017. Before joining Healthy Recipes 101, Tuyet worked as a cook at P’TI Saigon and Le Corto, two of the most prestigious French restaurants in Vietnam.
Our Nutrition Experts
While we can’t offer personal medical advice, at Healthy Recipes 101, our qualified and experienced nutritionists review and audit all the recipes and diet-related articles to make sure they closely reflect the latest dietitian standards.
Natalie is a registered dietitian nutritionist with a passion to help others live their best life through food, fitness, safer beauty and a healthy lifestyle. She has expertise with a variety of diets and diseases and believes that there is no one-size-fits-all approach for health. Natalie supports various organizations, like Apple, Inc., Healthline, Head Health, Inc., and others, and has advocated for personalized functional nutrition through her private practice Nutrition By Natalie since 2007. Natalie loves spending time with her husband and children in the kitchen, garden and in nature. She is a foodie at heart and loves most cuisines, but especially spicy Indian and Thai.
MS, RDN, LD
Lizzie is a Minneapolis-based dietitian and founder of It’s a Veg World After All. She completed her MS in Human Nutrition from Drexel University, and is an expert in culinary nutrition, recipe development, and nutrition communications. Lizzie’s philosophy is centered around making nutrition recommendations, and especially the advice to eat more vegetables, approachable and realistic. She is excited to be working with the team at Healthy Recipes 101 to ensure that their recipes are both nutritious and delicious.
1. Is Luna Regina a dietician?
Luna Regina is not a dietician. She is not a health professional and does not provide nutritional or dietetic advice.
2. Is Luna Regina a chef?
Luna Regina is not a professional chef.
She does have a lot of experience working in a home kitchen, and has developed many new recipes and built meal plans. Luna also has a professional chef in her team to test and make adjustments to her recipes so they meet with the latest culinary standards.
3. Can I substitute [ingredient in a recipe] with another ingredient?
Until our chef tests the recipe with the ingredient proposed, we cannot say for sure if it makes a good substitute. Also, among other factors, the nutritional content of a dish will change if you change the ingredients.
Keep that in mind, but don’t let it discourage you from having fun and testing your creativity in the kitchen. And leave a comment to let us know whether the substitute ingredient turns out better or worse for you!
4. Can I print your recipe?
There’s a Print button at the top of each recipe. It allows you to print the whole recipe, including the ingredients, instructions, and nutrition information, sans photos.
5. Can I use your recipe in a recipe round-up?
Yes. Please do not copy the whole recipe, but instead write a description and use one of our photos for the round-up. Please give the credit to Healthy Recipes 101 and/or link to the recipe post on our website.
6. Is the website open to sponsored content?
We appreciate the offers, but our policies do not allow promotional posts or sponsored links in our editorial content on HealthyRecipes101.com. We do not offer backlink services.
7. Would you like guest content on your website?
We’re not open to guest posts or free infographics.
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