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Having healthier food on hand is the easiest way to eat healthier. Here’s my list for your refrigerator/ freezer.
This is part 3 in my series of answering one of our viewer’s requests for suggestions on preparing quick snacks and meals ahead of time. So let’s get started and talk about what the best foods are to stock in your refrigerator for people with diabetes.
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What Foods Should You Have Stocked?
In today’s episode, I’m going to give you my recommendations for what specific foods to have stocked in your refrigerator and freezer.
My Top Picks:
Many of your protein food sources will be in the refrigerator or freezer…
Dairy Milk or plant-based milk; Cheese; Eggs; Tempeh for plant-based eaters and Plant-based protein crumbles; Skinless chicken or lean turkey or lean beef; Whole grain bread And…
Many fruits and vegetables will be stored in your fridge or freezer…
Apples, oranges, melon, kiwi, peaches, berries…just to name a few.
Like salad greens, tomatoes, bell peppers, and carrots. Please note, I’m just naming a few of the vegetable choices. Frozen vegetables and frozen fruits are handy so you always have produce available for your meals.
Be Sure To Check Out – Fruits and Veggies, good anytime
You Will Be Prepared
By having these foods in your refrigerator and freezer combined with the top 10 pantry food items, you will be prepared for cooking up a quick snack or meal.
Do you have some “must-have” foods in your kitchen that I forgot to mention? Let me know in the comments section below.
Until next time, cheers to your health.
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