What is healthy to eat these days?

What is healthy to eat these days?

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As vast and deep the ocean goes, so do the food and beverage products in the market these days. It seems as though every product has a “Certified-Healthier-For-You” label on it to suggest it’s “The Best on the Market.” At times it can be overwhelming to really know what is actually healthy for you.


Grocery store aisle


Have you ever walked down the grocery store aisle, scanning the shelves for a healthy snack, food, or beverage, only to be bombarded with endless products claiming to be "all-natural," "gluten-free," "low-fat," and "organic?" It's like navigating a minefield of marketing buzzwords and health claims, all while trying to decipher what's actually good for you.

In today's health-conscious society, it's more important than ever to know what ingredients are going into our bodies. But with so many new products hitting the market every day, it's hard to keep up. One day, kale is the superfood du jour, and the next, it's some exotic berry you've never heard of.

It's enough to make your head spin, but fear not! There are some tried and true rules to follow when it comes to healthy eating. First off, always look for whole, unprocessed foods. Fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains are your best bet for getting the nutrients your body needs.

But what about all those new products on the market? How do you know what's worth trying and what's just a gimmick? The key is to read the ingredients label. If you can't pronounce half the ingredients, it's probably best to steer clear. Stick to products with short ingredient lists, and look for ones that are made with whole foods.

One product that stands out in the sea of health claims and marketing hype is Shroomeats. Not only are the ingredients transparent and easy to read and pronounce, but it’s also a healthy whole-food product that can be used in any of your favorite meals.

Shroomeats is made from whole, nutrient-dense shiitake mushrooms, which are then seasoned to perfection. They're a great source of protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals, and can be used in everything from salads to stir-fries.

So the next time you're feeling overwhelmed by all the health claims and marketing hype, remember to stick to whole, unprocessed foods, read the ingredients label, and consider giving Shroomeats a try. Your body (and taste buds) will thank you!

I’d love to hear from you! Which recipe have you tried? Email me at mary@friendlyfoodsintl.com
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