You’re at the supermarket. There are so many choices. Your doctor told you to make healthier food choices. What does that mean, exactly? You want to eat healthy, but you are not sure where to start. You feel overwhelmed. Don’t worry, this post will help!
Remember, not everything that is advertised or labeled as healthy is really good for you! To help narrow down your options, here are some tips:
Whole Grains, Breads, Cereal, Rice and Pasta
- Choose whole-grain, high-fiber grains, such as whole wheat, oats, oatmeal, whole rye, whole grain corn and brown rice.
- Choose whole grain instead of white. Your old favorites are available in whole grain: bread, English muffins, bagels, buns, corn or flour tortillas instead of white flour and bread, frozen waffles, corn bread, quick breads, granola bars, cakes, pies or egg noodles.
- Choose whole grains cereals instead of instant hot cereals
- Choose unsalted low…
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