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Salmon Salad Power Bowl

The name alone tells you this is not your average #saddesksalad: Salmon Salad Power Bowl. Wild Alaskan salmon offers up a hefty amount of omega-3 fatty acids and heart-healthy fats; you'll even sneak in a serving of fruit with your dinner. Raspberries are tossed in to add some fiber, antioxidants, and you know, pretty color doesn't hurt either. (Check out these other ways to Spice Up Your Lunchtime Salad.)

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Skinny Chicken and Avocado Caesar Salad

Caesar salads are typically off limits if you're eating healthy or cutting back on calories—darn you, dressing—but this version is renamed "Skinny" Chicken and Avocado Caesar Salad for good reason. The homemade dressing has less than half the fat of typical Caesar dressings, and you get a double dose of protein from the grilled chicken and hard-boiled eggs.

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Shrimp, Strawberry, Avocado Salad with No-Mayo Green Goddess Dressing

You'll find healthy fats in every bite you take of this rich-tasting Shrimp, Strawberry, Avocado Salad. Creamy avocado, flavorful olive oil, and salty Parmesan cheese are mixed in a bed of peppery, savory arugula. The shrimp and strawberries bring the whole meal together with a dose of protein and smart carbs.

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Big, Healthy Salads

Salads deserve to be more than just a grab-and-go workday lunch. With the right ingredients and protein-carbs-fats ratio, a bed of greens can turn into a delicious, healthy, and satisfying entree. Allot some of the chopped veggies from meal prep to create these recipes for #SaladSunday (or #SaladMonday, #SaladTuesday—you get the idea) and you'll get a healthy head start on the week. (Another way to instantly turn a salad into a meal is to add grains. These Grain-Based Salads That Seriously Satisfy will get you started.)

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U.S. Soccer Player Christen Press Gets Real About Having the "Perfect Body" In the ESPN Body Issue

Many of us have a hard enough time stripping down to a swim suit in the summer or going 100 percent bare with someone new in the bedroom—but the athletes of the ESPN the Magazine Body Issue continue to go bare for all of the world to see. These world-class athletes are in incredible shape, and can do downright inspiring things with their bodies, but that doesn't mean they're immune to body image issues.