In my continued struggle with eating right, I at times tend to draw a blank when it comes to the ‘what’ part of my food consumption. For example, I know I need antioxidants, fiber, iron, etc., but ‘what’ foods give me what I need without having to overcompensate for something else?
*Your doctor says you’re anemic and you need more iron in your diet…but you don’t eat red meat, so a steak is out- but what do you eat instead?
*Your physical trainer says you need more calcium…but you don’t consume dairy, so milk is out- but what do you eat instead?
So where does one start with picking the right foods on a regular basis to maximize a health lifestyle?
Luckily I’ve found an answer! Of course I took on the necessary task of turning to ‘Google’, as I do for all my search needs- good plug, right, lol! ;-), to lay it out plain, the best resources to tap. And as always, Google did not let me down! WebMD is a wonderful resource for certain quick references to help in your daily health walk. On the site I found their phenomenal ‘Healthy Shopping Guide & List’ that is sure to give anyone a swift kick in the right direction. I will be applying this list tomorrow for my weekly shopping adventure but don’t wait on me, try it yourself!
Here’s the link:
Let me know how it worked for you!
Make it a great Healthy Grocery Shopping day!