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Deliciously Smart Twists On the Poke Bowl Trend

In an Avocado

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What doesn't taste better when it's made with avocado? These ahi poke avocado boats pair perfectly seasoned tuna with everyone's favorite fruit for a meal that's truly Instagram-worthy. (Have you tried these 8 new ways to eat avocado?)

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Paired with Tropical Fruit

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Fresh fruit adds a tangy sweetness to contrast the rich fish and nutty sesame oil in these ahi poke bowls with pineapple and avocado. Serve the mixture over rice with some seaweed, or use tortilla chips to scoop it up.

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Topped with a Creamy Sauce

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The spicy sauce on this salmon poke combines sriracha, the Japanese spice blend shichimi togarashi, ginger, lime, and more for complex, delicious flavor.

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In a Towering Stack

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This fancy-looking stack looks complicated, but it's actually pretty easy to make. And with the sweet and spicy sauce, these fresh ahi poke stacks with papaya and avocado are sure to win over guests. (Psst...Here's how spicy foods can help you live longer.)

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On a Nori Chip

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These all-natural nori chips are super easy to make. And when you top them with ahi tuna poke, they make for an impressive-looking, fresh, and healthy appetizer, snack, or light lunch.

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With a Vegan Twist

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Marinated tofu and veggies glazed in an Asian dressing make for a fish-free dish that's vegan friendly. But even non-vegans will flip for the flavors in this tofu poke bowl with sesame glazed carrots.

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4 Steps to Calculate Exactly How Much Sleep You Really Need

Scoring enough shuteye is a constant battle—from drinking one coffee too many to stressing when you should be snoozing, it's no wonder more of us don't curl up under our desks for a nap-turned-coma. It doesn't help that most of us have no idea how much sleep we should really be getting since the optimal amount varies from person to person. (Psst...We have The Best Foods for Deep Sleep)

U.S. Olympians Share Their Motivating Morning Mantras

Simone Biles

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Want to feel motivated to crush your day? Get up, go work out, then watch this floor routine of the world-champion gymnast to get pumped for Rio.

Kayla Harrison

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Despite being the first-ever American athlete to win gold in JudoKayla Harrison still uses failure as her fuel for training.

Julie Johnston

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Didn't quite reach your goal yesterday? No worries—today is another day to build on your progress and do better, the defender for the women's national soccer team says.

Maggie Steffens

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The water polo player (who won at the 2012 Olympics) wants you to wake up grateful for each day.

Ajee Wilson

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Yes, it's early and you don't want to get up. But the 800-meter runner believes in you! (Check out our Q&A to get to know Wilson before Rio!)

Paige McPherson

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Stop thinking about how much you don't want to work out, and just do it, says taekwondo athlete who won bronze at the 2012 Olympics.

Sanya Richards-Ross

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Get your workout in first thing and you won't be able to make excuses all day, says the superstar Jamaican-American track and field athlete who won gold in the 400m at the 2012 Olympics.

Kelley O'Hara

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Want to make it a great day? Go do it. The choice is yours, the Olympic soccer gold medalist says. 

Adeline Gray

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If you want to leave a legacy, you've gotta wake up and put in the hard work. Don't let your name be washed away in the sand, the world champion wrestler says.

Amanda Bingson

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The hammer thrower firmly believes that the secret to performing like a boss is feeling like one. (Check out our interview with Bingson, who's "200 pounds and kicking ass") 

How to Get Killer Brows In Less Than 2 Minutes

Natural, full, healthy-looking brows can transform your look, framing your face and making you look instantly more fresh-faced. Good news: Shape beauty director Kate Sandoval Box has got the quickie tools and expert tips that will help you get gorgeous brows in less than two minutes. (Next, check out our perfect eyebrows playbook.)