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|1.||Salmon - This fish contains omega 3 - fatty acids, a special type of healthy fat. Try to include in your diet at least once or twice a week. Grilled, broiled or poached and it's great on top of salads.|
|2.||Oats - Oatmeal is a great way to start your day and is high in soluble fiber. Steel cut, rolled or quick-cooking oats taste even better with fruits and nuts. Nuts such as almonds, pecans, walnuts and cashews provide an extra monounsaturated fat (the good kind).|
|3.||Apples - The old adage about an apple a day has merit. This crunchy fruit is high in pectin, which may help lower cholesterol levels. It also is an easy way to help reach the recommended goal of 4 to 5 cups a day of fruits and vegetables.|
|4.||Spinach - Popeye's favorite is a great source of folate, anti-oxidants, calcium, potassium and fiber. All helpful in lowering cholesterol and staying heart-healthy! Use in salads, omelettes, and as a cooked veggie with meals.|
|5.||Whole Grains - Rather than refined carbs like white rice and white bread, aim for 3 to 5 servings daily of whole grains daily like brown rice, whole wheat breads and pastas. One half cup of brown rice and pasta are a serving (so eat slowly).|