8 Simple Steps to Healthier Eating
Make these simple, subtle changes to your diet when cooking at home or dining out to help you make healthier, more satisfying food choices.
Victoria Shanta Retelny, RD, Oxmoor House
Go for Red Beans
Use red beans like kidney, pinto or azuki instead of red meat in your chili today. Not only are you adding a ton of fiber, potassium and low-saturated fat/high-quality protein to this dish, but you are decreasing calories and total fat intake, too – a bona fide bonus for your heart heath and waistline. Plus, it’s an appetite-pleaser that will leave your tummy satisfied for hours. According to the BeanInstitute.com, numerous studies have shown that adding beans to your diet can help manage and prevent chronic disease like diabetes, obesity and cancer.
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