In past blog posts, we’ve covered important topics like healthy fats and the best vegan food sources of protein. Now it’s time to examine another pillar of clean eating: examples of foods high in dietary fiber.
If you’ve ever picked a health nut’s brain, you probably know that their “healthy eating” code includes a nutritious breakfast everyday. Of course there are several nutrients necessary for a breakfast to qualify as a “superfood,” but fiber is definitely one of them. In this post, we’ll look specifically at high fiber breakfast foods. You’ll find a variety of easy high fiber recipes, ranging from the simple grab-and-go style to something more time consuming and decadent, like a smoothie/pudding hybrid.
In reality, there are oodles of muesli benefits. This homemade cereal is good for weight loss, keeps you feeling full and energized long after you eat it, and it helps curb those pesky (and dangerous) refined sugar cravings. It’s also a much healthier alternative to granola!
Dates are one of nature’s best kept secrets; they’re deliciously sweet, flavorful, and packed full of nutrients. A handful of dried dates by itself makes a great snack, but they’re also quite tasty in creamy yogurt parfaits, oatmeal, muesli, and mixed in with other whole foods. I’ve written this article to clue you in to some major health benefits of eating dates, including basic nutritional advantages, disease prevention, and even how daily consumption can encourage a healthier pregnancy!
What are nonpareil almonds, and why do they matter? You’ll soon have a full understanding of nonpareil almonds, as well as the health benefits of almonds. We’ll also explore healthy almond pasteurization methods versus harmful ones. It’s still hard to believe the kind of chemicals most popular foods come in contact with on a regular basis! Which is exactly why you need to arm yourself with knowledge in order to avoid toxic foods disguised as “health foods.”