5 Foods for Your Menu Plan


Fresh Salmon and Spinach

Have you recently committed to eating healthier? Perhaps, you want to lose the 10 pounds you gained during college. Or, your doctor may have recommended that you change your diet in order to lower your blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Regardless of the reason for your quest to make healthier food choices, you must develop a menu plan you will be comfortable with. When accomplishing this important task, consider including the following 5 delicious, nutritious foods.

Spinach

This leafy green is loaded with numerous nutrients including: vitamin C, vitamin A, folic acid, iron and lutein. Vitamin C and beta-carotene may help you fight diseases while lutein is thought to protect your eyes from age related problems such as macular degeneration. Choose spinach instead of lettuce when preparing salads. When sautéed in olive oil and garlic, spinach makes a lovely side dish. You can also make your sandwiches healthier by filling them with this vegetable.

Salmon

Salmon is a wonderful source of omega-3 fatty acids. These beneficial substances are believed to decrease the amount of disease causing inflammation in your body. Dill is a delicious addition to any salmon dish. For a quick, nutritious entrée, grill, broil, or bake salmon fillets.

Walnuts

Like salmon, walnuts contain omega-3 fatty acids. And, they are packed with filling protein and fiber too. For a quick snack, grab a handful of walnuts. You can add them to yogurt, green salads, fruit salads, and oatmeal as well.

Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt has twice as much protein as regular yogurt. Therefore, it will help you feel full longer while providing you with sustainable energy. When shopping for this thick treat, select plain Greek yogurt. When combined with fresh berries, nuts, or flax seeds, plain Greek yogurt is an amazing breakfast, snack, or dessert option.

Cherries

Cherries are packed with health benefiting flavonoids. Flavonoids are antioxidants that are thought to help fight cancer. These tart, red morsels are also low on the glycemic index. So, they are a great option for diabetics or people who want to limit their sugar intake. Besides snacking on a handful of cherries, you can add them to cereal and oatmeal.

To stick to a healthy eating regimen, you must develop a game plan. When creating your specific menu plan, don’t neglect to include the aforementioned 5 foods. When using them as the building blocks to a new way of eating, you can’t go wrong.

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