what are the Six simple tips to help you select healthier foods?
Use color in your planning. Vibrant color usually equates to better for you -- beets, oranges, etc.
Read the nutritional labels on products.
Avoid too much sodium, calories from fats.
Be aware of empty calories in a lot of soft drinks and liquors.
Avoid highly processed foods -- whole grain is better than cracked wheat, etc. Avoid packaged foods.
When eating out, be aware of caloric values if possible. Avoid fried foods and heavy, cream based sauces.
Eat Healthy foods like apple, Orange, Banana, Grapes etc.,
Eat nutirious foods like milk, curd, veg salads and fruit salads etc.,
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