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The Good Housekeeping guide to eating well this year

By The LifeMinute Team

January 10, 2018

You are what you eat. Here to help you start off the New Year on the right foot is Good Housekeeping Magazine's Food and Nutrition Director, Jaclyn London, with foods to make it easier to eat healthy this year.

Quaker Old-Fashioned Oats
They are powerful and versatile 100% whole-grains and a nutritious, affordable and convenient option that’s pantry-stable. Plus, oats can help to provide lasting energy, are heart-healthy and can help support digestion.

Buy here and find recipes at quakeroats.com.

Walnuts
Keep your metabolism charged and even help maintain weight loss with this little nut. Also, a good fat packed with plant-based omega 3’s.

Get recipes at walnuts.org.

Colavita Extra Virgin Olive Oil 

Well-known for health-promoting attributes and linked to a variety of benefits thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, like reducing your risk of heart disease, diabetes and cognitive decline. This premium, authentic 100% extra virgin olive oil is of the highest quality.

Buy here and check out colavita.com.

Bush’s Beans
They are an easy way to add protein and fiber to the plate. Best of all, due to their nutrients, beans are part of both the protein and vegetable food groups.

Buy here or pick them up at the grocery store.

Swanson Broth
It’s 100% natural and made with simple, quality ingredients. They have unsalted, low sodium options too and these broths really add a richness to the flavor and come in beef, chicken and organic bone…all natural and non-GMO.

Buy here.

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