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Best Dash Diet Recipes

Best Dash Diet Recipes

Dash Diet Shopping Tips

As an alternative to sugary, salty, processed foods, try shopping for fruits and vegetables that are in season.

Dash Diet Cooking Tips

For a healthier alternative, substitute honey or molasses for sugar in baking recipes, and use a 3:1 blend of canola oil to olive oil instead of butter when cooking over the flame.

Top 16 DASH Diet Recipes to Lose Weight

DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. This is the diet that is often recommended to people who want to prevent or treat high blood pressure (hypertension) and reduce their risk of heart disease because it focuses on fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean meats. The diet was designed after researchers noticed that high blood pressure was much less common in those who followed a plant-based diet, such as vegetarians and vegans than in meat eaters.

** If you already know what the DASH diet is and want to dig in further on this topic, we highly recommend the Everyday DASH Diet Cookbook by Marla Heller. It’s a fantastic compilation of over 150 recipes designed to speed up weight loss, lower blood pressure and prevent diabetes. <<Check it out here >>

How does DASH Diet work?

Starting DASH doesn’t mean making drastic changes overnight. Instead, begin by making whatever small changes seem most manageable to you. For example:
  • Add one vegetable or fruit serving to every meal.
  • Introduce two or more meat-free meals each week.
  • Use herbs and spices to make food tastier without the salt.
  • Snack on almonds or pecans instead of a bag of chips.
  • Switch white flour to whole-wheat flour when possible.
  • Take a 15-minute walk after lunch or dinner (or both).

Cookbook creator says: Serve with potatoes, green beans, and romaine salad. Submitted by SCHAUJODY

Cookbook creator says: Substitute potatoes if prepared in slow cooker. Submitted by SCHAUJODY

Serve with rice, egg roll and 6 oz strawberries.

Adjust recipe by using chopped bok choi, water chesnuts, sliced mushrooms and bean sprouts for vegetables listed. Submitted by SCHAUJODY

Submitted by Jennlove, and adapted for a lower sodium diet Submitted by SCHAUJODY

no salt Submitted by SCHAUJODY

I never get tired of this salad--it is that good! Add your favorite dressing, such as balsamic vinaigrette and enjoy this large and filling salad as a summer meal. Submitted by COACH_NICOLE

This stew can be made from your pantry and freezer from ingredients that are easy to keep on hand, making it perfect for busy days--or lazy snow days! Submitted by CHEF_MEG

This quick and healthy side dish takes just minutes to prepare! And as a bonus, it's an easy way to get the kids to eat their vegetables. (And if you don't like using butter spray, you could melt a few pats of butter and brush the butter on with a pastry brush - whatever your preference!) Submitted by MATCM81

Love your breakfast sausage but can't handle all the sodium? Try this lower sodium version: 25% less fat, and 1/10th of the sodium. Submitted by CHEF_MEG

Following The DASH Diet Is Super Easy, As Long As You Stick To These 6 Recipes

After experimenting with a number of diets since college, not only have I come to realize that dieting in general doesn’t really work for me, but also, a lot of diets simply require way too much groundwork. Between work responsibilities, class assignments, hanging out with your friends, and whatever else you’ve got going on, who has time to whip up a five-course meal highlighting ingredients you’ve never even heard of that cost a fortune? The DASH diet recipes I’ve stumbled upon during my research of this totally uncomplicated way of eating, though, can be made in a jiff and taste amazing, despite how little effort is necessary to make them.

Now, if you glazed over the whole “uncomplicated” detail and went straight to "diet," you might still be stuck on what the heck I'm even talking about. If you haven’t heard, the DASH diet is a really simple way of eating that, honestly, you probably already follow to a T or, if not, you’re pretty damn close.

See, rather than limit your caloric intake, or categorize certain foods as toxic, the DASH diet is all about balance, and eating a diet that primarily consists of the good stuff — like fresh produce, fish, poultry, low-fat dairy, and the like — while still letting yourself have that wiggle room to eat treats when you want to. As long as you’re keeping your sodium intake generally low, you’re on the right track.

But why call it a diet if it’s not exactly a, well, traditional diet? Eliminate the word for a second, and just consider the benefits that come with eating this way. See, good-for-you food is optimal for your gut, and when your gut’s happy, everything's happy: your stomach, your heart, your brain, and — you guessed it — your mood. So rather than whine and dine, wouldn't you rather smile while you snack and enjoy your meals, knowing that what's going into your body is going to make you a healthier, happier person? I sure would, so to get you started, browse the recipes below for easy DASH diet meals that keep you full and full of life.

According to the Houston Chronicle, avocado is just one of those foods that teeters on the brink of a few different categories. Is it a fruit, or is it a fat? Well, technically, it's both, but while a lot of strict food programs would write off this green goddess as a fat, the DASH diet checks avo off under the fruit category because of its high fiber content, as well as the number of minerals, potassium, and magnesium one serving offers.

In that case, rejoice, friends, because avo is definitely up there on the DASH grocery list. Smash a bit and smear it over some whole grain toast for breakfast, or add a slice of lox for lunch to get in some lean protein that doubles as brain food.

The DASH Diet Plan

Below are guidelines for a 2,000 calorie meal plan. As different folks have different calorie needs, the DASH website can help you determine the calorie level that is best for you, and the chart on the site adjusts for different portions for the different calorie ranges.

  • Grains: 6-8 servings per day
  • Vegetables: 4-5 servings per day
  • Fruits: 4-5 servings per day
  • Fat-free of low fat milk products: 2-3 servings per day
  • Lean meats, poultry and fish: 6 or less servings per day
  • Nuts, seeds and legumes: 3-5 per week
  • Fats and oils: 2-3 servings per day
  • Sweets and added sugars: 5 or less per week
  • Max sodium limit: 2,300 milligrams per day

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Turmeric Smoothies

Here are several Turmeric Smoothie Recipes for you to enjoy, depending on what season it is or what you have in your fruit bowl add a little turmeric is is a super herb that is used for a whole body cleanse.

Turmeric has been used for medicinal purposes for years is an antioxidant, anti=inflammatory, soothes stomach cramps, cleanses the liver and has heart protecting properties just to name a few of the main benefits of Turmeric.

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Dash Diet Recipes and Beginner’s Guide: The Best Dash Diet Recipes to lower Blood Pressure and to keep you Fit and Healthy‪!‬

These days, it is so important that you become conscious about your health and that you do everything you can to make sure that you just don’t succumb to any illness—especially to the threat of heart ailments and strokes that claim the lives of many every day. In fact, around 600,000 people die from heart diseases each year and that’s why it’s essential for you to protect yourself. The question is how?

Well, good news! With “DASH Diet Recipes and Beginner’s Guide: The Best DASH Diet Recipes to Lower Blood Pressure and keep you fit and healthy!” you’ll get to understand why DASH Diet, a diet regimen developed by the US National Institute of Health is actually good for you and why it’s said to lower blood pressure and help you lose weight. Aside from lowering blood pressure, you’ll realize that the DASH diet ca protect you against other diseases, too. Not only will you learn about the basics of DASH Diet, you’ll also be treated to a bevy of recipes that you can try to help you become more acquainted with the diet. Some of these recipes are:

-Cheesy Mini Egg Omelets with Broccoli

-Avocado and Orange Chicken

-Grilled Chicken with Honey and Almonds

-Spiced Yogurt Pumpkin Pie Mix

-Frozen Yogurt and Strawberry Squares

With the help of this book, you’ll understand how fun and easy it can be too cook delicious dishes that will help you lose weight and keep you healthy and strong—not just today, but for a lifetime!

What are you waiting for? Download this book now and get ready to change your life for the better. Enjoy!

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