These “super foods” that help keep women healthy are mostly not expensive. Here is my run down on these 10 foods.
Broccoli (most everyone likes it), almonds (you only need a few), blueberries (try some frozen ones on cereal or in a smoothie), and quinoa (same quality protein as meat) are all good. Turmeric is a spice found in yellow mustard. You can add mustard to many foods and also make a honey mustard dressing for salads or for basting on chicken. Beets are not that popular, but you can buy jars of pickled beets or sweet & sour beets (sometimes called Harvard beets) to have as a side dish like you would pickles. I love black beans & have no trouble using them in the many Tex-Mex dishes that I like.
I must admit I have a hard time with sardines. But I do like canned wild salmon, so that’s my substitute. Kale is another one that I haven’t learned to use much yet, but I’m working on it. Click on the label “kale” below this post for some recipes using it. I like tart cherries in a pie with custard & sugar sprinkled on top! There is a recipe for a kind of cherry cobbler in the linked article that sounds good too. I think cherries are probably the most expensive item on the list, but maybe you could buy the frozen ones & just add a few to a smoothie now & then.
Click title for link at LifeScript. Click on any label below this post for more ideas on using these super foods.