Good Foods for Everyday Eating
1. Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes and apples that have been cut up. Blend together maple syrup and crushed red pepper.
Kale is good for your eyes because it has lutein, a nutrient that can help prevent macular degeneration.
Another food that is high in fiber and helps lower cholesterol. Use pearl or quick-cooking variety on weeknights.
Peel and cut into chunks. Then, roast with olive oil and fresh thyme sprigs. Or you can make Pumpkin-Leek Soup.
5. Nut Butter
Peanut and almond butter, are rich in heart-healthy fats. Choose ones that only have two ingredients: nuts and salt.
Bulgur is a type of wheat that is steamed, dried, and cracked. It has more fiber than brown rice and also provides potassium, B vitamins, and calcium.
These young soybeans have more fiber than shredded-wheat cereal and are one of the few plant-based sources of complete protein.