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Get more nutrients into your diet with the crash course in nutrition provided by these videos.
You Will Need
- Low-fat dairy products
- Lean meats
- Brown rice
- Whole-grain foods
- Canned and dried beans
- Tuna packed in water
- Frozen and fresh fruit
- Frozen and fresh vegetables
- Veggie burgers
- Meatless meatballs
- Healthy oils
- Nutritional fact labels
Stock your refrigerator
Stock your refrigerator with low-fat dairy products, such as yogurt, cheese, and skim or one percent milk. Have lean meats like roast beef or turkey on hand for sandwiches or snacks.
Keep smart foods in pantry
Keep smart foods in your pantry. Buy brown rice, whole-grain noodles, canned or dried beans, whole-grain breads, nuts, whole-grain cereal, and tuna packed in water.
Fill your freezer
Fill your freezer with healthy choices, such as frozen fruits and vegetables, lean ground meat, veggie burgers, fish, and meatless meatballs.
Spice up your food
Spice up your food by keeping these healthy choices in your spice rack: black pepper, basil, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, oregano, sage, and garlic.
Stock with fruits and vegetables
Stock your kitchen with fresh fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables give you the essential minerals, fiber, and nutrients to help protect you from chronic diseases and cancers.
Keep heart-smart cooking oil
Keep heart-smart cooking oils, such as canola oil, olive oil, sunflower, and flaxseed oil, on hand.
Check the nutritional fact label
Check the nutritional fact labels on your food to see how much sodium, calories, and fat are in the products. Grabbing a healthy food out of your kitchen can make a big difference in your diet.