HEALTHY DIET MENUS

HEALTHY DIET MENUS

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Vegetarian Break fasts The American Dietetic Association provides healthy menus for a vegetarian breakfast. Eat whole-grain cereal with soy milk and a handful of dried fruit or nuts. 
Instead of cereal, try a couple of pieces of whole-grain toast with honey, jam or nut butter and some fresh fruit or a glass of fresh fruit juice. On a cold morning, eat a hot breakfast of instant oatmeal with raisins and honey or maple syrup. 
Wash down your oatmeal with a glass of rice milk or fresh carrot-beet juice. Add protein to your breakfast with a couple pieces of tempeh bacon or soy sausage.
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); DASH Diet Lunch : The acronym DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. This diet is endorsed by National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and other organizations. The Mayo Clinic website provides a DASH diet menu for your next lunch that you can modify to suit your dietary needs.
Make a spinach salad with fruit and two other vegetables, like tomatoes and sprouts. Pears, apples, dried cherries and canned mandarin slices go well with salad. Eat it with 12 low-sodium, whole grain crackers. Top your salad with a handful of unsalted nuts or seeds. Add calcium to your DASH diet meal by drinking a glass of fat-free milk or adding cubes of reduced-fat cheese to your salad.
Cholesterol-Lowering Dinner : The foods you include in your daily menus can lower your cholesterol level and protect your heart according to the Mayo Clinic website. Fish, nuts, plant sterols and olive oil are four of the top five foods for lowering your cholesterol. Incorporate all these ingredients and create a diet meal plan to lower cholesterol by preparing a fish filet almondine style for dinner. Saut fish in a minimal amount of olive oil instead of butter. The culinary technique almondine uses crushed almonds instead of bread crumbs to encrust the fish filet.

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