Kitchen Makeover

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• Eliminate bottled salad dressings and choose vinegar or lemon juice with a little olive oil.
• Add color to your meals by choosing a variety of fresh vegetables.
• Use butter and other saturated fats sparingly.
• Eat a variety of dried and canned beans or lentils.
• Choose whole wheat pasta and brown rice instead of white pasta and rice.
• Eat sweet potatoes for fiber, vitamins, nutrients and color.
• Choose water or a low sugar alternative to soft drinks.
• Eat a plate of fresh fruit  at the end of a meal for a healthful dessert.
• Consume less red meat.  Add more fish and legumes to your menu.
Plan ahead!  Create a weekly menu that limits processed foods. By making these choices you will have a healthier diet.
By Sarah Mohrman, RD.

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