2020 Good Housekeeping Guide to Healthy Eating
Healthy and delicious food to add to your grocery list
From the LifeMinute.TV Team
August 12, 2020
It’s more important now than ever to eat right to keep yourself healthy. Here are Good Housekeeping's picks to put on your summer grocery list.
Grown in Washington State, it’s a cross between the ‘enterprise’ and ‘honeycrisp.’ They’re large and juicy and have a really firm and crisp texture, so crunchy --- people often say it snaps when you bite into it! One of our favorite aspects is that they are slow to brown when you slice them, and they are perfect for baking. Their natural sweetness lends itself to adding less sugar to any recipe.
These are one of the highest protein snack nuts with multiple benefits and of course they’re delicious. Just one serving (about 49 nuts) gives you 6 grams of plant-based protein to help fuel your body with essential amino acids.
Just one handful provides natural, wholesome, plant-based nutrition to keep you fueled and satisfied. Walnuts add taste, texture and crunch to all kinds of recipes. Visit walnuts.org to see a ton of great recipes.
They are a great and easy way to replace starchier foods and add more veggies to all of your meals. The riced veggies are shelf stable and made with 100% vegetables, nothing else ---no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. Get them on amazon.com and again in the dry rice aisle at the grocery store.
It’s really a great way to spice up all of your favorite meals quickly and easily ---without adding salt which we know that on average, Americans eat more than double the amount of sodium they should consume. Dash has dozens of salt-free blends, liquid marinades and mixes to choose from including “everything but the salt.” It’s all the flavors of an everything bagel without the salt and it tastes great on hardboiled eggs, avocado toast, or even mixed into homemade chicken or tuna salad.
Grown in the U.S. and roasted to perfection for a delicious crunch—their Cajun in-shells are made with a unique roasting process and infused with a yummy Cajun flavor and a hint of spice. Roasted and salted, their best-seller are American Heart Association certified. All peanuts have 7 grams of protein per serving, 30 minerals and vitamins, are vegan, gluten and cholesterol free, non-GMO.
You’ll find more on all of these products and more info on healthy eating at goodhousekeeping.com.