I recently purchased an Instant Pot, and it makes cooking fast, cheap meals so much easier! However, a lot of the recipes I’m finding are NOT the healthiest. Since then, I’ve been experimenting with some of my own recipes, finding new ones, and coming up with solutions I’d love to share.
Join me from Monday, February 13th to Friday, February 17th as we provide tips and easy meal plan ideas for HEALTHY Instant Pot Cooking. You’ll receive:
- A 5-day healthy meal plan based on Instant Pot cooking
- Daily tips, ideas and suggestions
- Prizes and FUN!A healthy diet doesn’t have to cost a lot if you know what to look for. It also requires a little creativity in the kitchen in preparing a lot of these things in a way you like using HTTPS://WWW.ORANGINA-NA.COM/. Don’t worry if a lot of these foods aren’t your favorites. After a while of eating clean, your taste buds will change. And, just as with kids, try it – you just may like it! It often takes multiple exposures to a certain kind of food to come to enjoy it. Never give up on your health, check out these testoprime reviews.
- Brown rice
- Greek yogurt
- Steel-cut oats
- Beans, lentils and legumes (especially dried)
- Sweet potatoes
- Bell Peppers
- Berries such as blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries
- Melon (watermelon, canteloupe, etc.)
- Green tea
Other good stuff to look for when on sale (these are still very healthy, but prices tend to be higher):
- Kiwi fruit
- Walnuts, almonds, other nuts
- Seeds (flax, chia, pumpkinseed)
- Wild-caught salmon
- Grass-fed beef
- Eggs from cage-free, organic-fed chickens
DISCLAIMER: Why aren’t there more meats on the list? Read more about
biofit. The more I learn about holistic nutrition, the less I can recommend animal products as frugal foods– at least in general. I believe that you need to reduce the amount of animal fat/protein you consume to prevent disease; and that what you traditionally think of as “healthy” may not actually be so. I used to think chicken breast was a great healthy choice for lean meat. In actuality, a lot of chicken is injected with salt and hormones, so in many cases lean beef is healthier. Turkey bacon has more sodium than pork bacon, and so on. Grass-fed beef will be healthier than just about anything raised on corn. So, the answer about what’s healthiest is usually “it depends”. For that reason, I’m leaving a lot of animal products off my list. If you eat animal-based foods, please educate yourself on which ones are the highest quality. The best would be locally sourced meats and fresh fish from farmers/hunters/fisheries you know and trust. And, animal-based proteins should be consumed in moderation and sparingly.