Currently there have been plenty of food trends just like fashion, and are ever changing, these can distract you from eating a daily balanced meal, some are even touted as cure all, nothing being further from the truth, but there are some trends like fashion worth exploring and choosing what appeals to you.
These nutty seeds have fiber, protein, and some ALA omega-3 fatty acids. Use them like you would other seeds – sprinkle on oatmeal and other cereals, or add to baked goods, yogurt or vegetables. You can also substitute hemp seeds for bread crumbs to make a crunchy crust on chicken or fish.
Explore new flavors and textures – something different from brown rice and whole wheat pasta. Try farro, red or black rice, quinoa, sorghum or millet. Whole grains are rich in fiber that can lower risk for colorectal cancer.
Home Delivery Meal Services
Getting ingredients or ready-to-assemble meals delivered straight to your door can be a convenient way to make healthy, home-cooked meals, especially for beginners.
To keep it budget-friendly, try it short-term to learn about portion sizes and healthy meal planning and preparation before you try to shop and prep on your own.
Grains will germinate (sprout) with the right temperature and moisture. Sprouting may make vitamin C and some minerals more available for the body to use. Try them in homemade bread, stir fries, or pasta sauces.
Spiralizing is a great way to use colorful veggies in novel ways, adding interest to some of your go-to meals. Swap them for pasta, add them to salads, or stir-fry for an easy side dish.
Pulses and Legumes
Pulses include dry beans like kidney and pinto along with lentils, split peas and chickpeas. Pulses are high in protein and fiber and packed with vitamins and minerals. Substitute for meat and add to veggie dishes and salads.
Beautiful, colorful and exotic spices catch, add amazing flavors that allow for the beginner and advanced cook to dress up simple dishes. Use spices to cut down on sodium, too. Boutique spice stores offer a huge variety along with recipes for how to use them.