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Adding a few ingredients can help make a healthy diet more palatable


Adding a few ingredients can help make a healthy diet more palatable


Cooking healthy at home may seem like a monumental task, but it can be easy by just adding a few items to your pantry. Cooking healthy at home may seem like a monumental task, but it can be easy by just adding a few items to your pantry (KCRG) Oatmeal• Rich in soluble fiber, protein, iron• Can be used for breakfast, peanut butter balls, or healthier dessert Beans• Affordable source of protein• Always drain and rinse beans (except beans in chili sauce)• Add to tacos, casseroles, salads, soups Herbs and spices• Look for sodium-free herbs, spices, and blends• Your taste buds adjust in about 2 weeks• More likely to enjoy cooking at home if you cook a variety of flavors • Requires three times more fresh than dried herbs to get the flavor

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