We all know that eating less saturated fat, more fiber, and less salt and sugar can reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, colon cancer, obesity, and other health problems. But supermarkets don’t have aisles labeled “fat” or “salt” and few cooks prepare “fiber” for dinner!
That’s exactly why you should learn what is best to eat…and how to shop for healthful foods in your own supermarket. I have found a handy guide to help with that called Healthy Foods: Your guide to the best basic foods.
This special report has been compiled by an expert staff of scientists and nutritionists, because you can’t follow vital dietary advice unless someone translates it into food. The guide includes ways to find:
- The best fruit for you.
- The best vegetables scored and ranked for your easy selection.
- How to choose the leanest meat.
- Which beans are best?
- Rating grains, so you always buy the healthiest ones.
- The best nuts for your heart. And best seeds too!
- Buy seafood that’s good for your health…and good for the environment.
You can order a copy by clicking on the Nutrition Action wesbite.