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    Healthy Foods and Meals To Eat Throughout Every Season

    Healthy Foods and Meals To Eat Throughout Every Season

    In this time and age, everyone must make a deliberate move to stay healthy.

    With the COVID scare since 2019, healthy living is no longer a requirement but a lifestyle that we must all embrace. The process towards this starts in our kitchens, more so, in what we consume.

    We have seen many people take up weight loss surgery primarily due to accumulated weight from poor feeding habits to stay in shape.

    It’s also almost impossible to lose weight without a consistent workout routine. However, you still have the chance of improving your lifestyle by incorporating these meals into your diet:

    High-Protein Foods

    High-protein foods are essential in ensuring that your body gets sufficient energy to recreate body cells and have a strong immune system against diseases. There are many sources of healthy proteins which you can take as needed. Some of these include fish, eggs, nuts, legumes, lean meat, and poultry.

    One of the ways to enhance your metabolism is by eating any of these proteins in your breakfast. They will not only raise your metabolism but will also keep you fuller, guarding you against consuming unhealthy carbs during the day, thus keeping your weight in check.


    There are a variety of servings in which vegetables can be eaten. Some prefer their vegetables cooked, others like them served primarily raw in salad form. You can take salads as snacks, and instead of having a heavy lunch, you can have vegetable soup once in a while.

    Additionally, you can also mix up some fruits and vegetables. The combination is helpful to strengthen your immune system and to prevent major diseases like heart diseases. Also, ensure that your plates are half-filled with vegetables.


    It’s hard not to get a fruit that you can incorporate into your meals at any season. For example, fruits such as apples, watermelons, strawberries, etc., will mostly be popular during summer. In the winter season, fruits such as grapes, oranges, bananas, etc., will also be available. That said, it won’t be hard to incorporate fruit in your daily snack list or your daily meal list. Also, remember that it will be more beneficial to your body when taken as a whole fruit rather than blended.

    Wholegrain Cereals

    The most common of these are whole oats, brown rice, quinoa, and popcorn. Others are also incorporated in the cereals that we mostly take for breakfast, pasta, and bread. These are not only packed with fiber but minerals and vitamins. Unfortunately, some of these processed whole grain cereals also have high sugar content levels. Therefore, you must be careful while consuming them to avoid taking in lots of unhealthy carbs.

    These are primarily rich in calcium which is essential in ensuring you have strong bones and teeth. They are mostly available in milk products like low-fat fresh milk and yogurt without sugar. You can include them in your breakfast by mixing them up with your cereals.

    Healthy Oils

    Everyone needs a healthy amount of fats in the body every day. They not only keep your immune system strong and also absorb essential vitamins into your body. The most challenging thing is shifting to using cold-pressed oils like olive oil, sunflower oil, and sesame seed oil when cooking. You can also consume healthy fats from avocado, canola, pumpkins, flax seeds, and fish like salmon and sardine.

    The journey to maintaining a healthy eating routine is not easy. All you need to do is look at your eating habits first and set realistic goals and expectations, especially if you want to keep your weight in check. The process of not taking junk doesn’t end in one day. You can still eat your special foods once in a while with healthy foods in reasonable portions.

    About the Author

    Jennifer Bell is a freelance writer, blogger, dog-enthusiast, and avid beachgoer operating out of Southern New Jersey.

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