What do you eat for breakfast?
I guess I’m just the exception.
The vast majority of my meals have been for breakfast.
I can easily make an entire meal around it, and then I have the time to eat with family or go to a restaurant for dinner.
When I’m eating dinner, I’ll typically have something I can whip up a quick meal around.
When you have a meal plan that includes healthy options, I find that you’ll find that most of my meal plans are really simple to make.
If you’re not making your own meal plans, you may want to try some of the tips and tricks below.
If it’s easy to make your own, I would definitely suggest it.
How To Make Your Own Heart- Healthy Meal Plans To make your heart-healthy meal plans easy, we recommend you follow these tips: Choose the ingredients you want to keep healthy (and cheap) to start.
Most people would make their own meal plan out of fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds, and that’s what we do.
In my heart-health meal plan I’m using: fresh spinach, organic kale, dried apples, roasted nuts, coconut oil, honey, avocado, almonds, and soy sauce.
My grocery store grocery list is also super-easy to navigate.
There are so many different ingredients that I can make my own meal around, including protein powders, whey, nuts and seeds (soymilk), dried fruit, vegetables and herbs (garlic, mint, etc.), dried beans, dried beans and spices (sesame, garlic powder, ginger, allspice, cinnamon, turmeric, cloves, and cayenne pepper), dried beans (soybean paste, agave, canola, and peanut butter), coconut oil (soya oil), coconut flour, cinnamon powder, baking soda, coconut sugar, flax seeds, brown rice, honey (black), and dates (pepper).
There are also tons of plant-based and vegan recipes on Pinterest, so check out some of them!
Here are some easy recipes to try: Sweet Potato and Zucchini Quinoa, Vegan Quinoa with Black Bean and Spinach Salad, Vegan Vegetarian Zucchinis, Quinoa Quinoa Salad, Zucchinini Quinoa and Quinoa Pesto with Zucchee, Vegan Spinach Quinoa Casserole with Veggies, Vegan Black Bean Quinoa Sliders with Zuchini, Vegan Tomato Zucchi and Quail Meatballs, Vegan Zuccan Quinoa Pasta with Vegan Sauce and Veggies.
How do you make the meals you make on your heart health meal plan?
I have a ton of heart- healthy meal plans that I make by myself, so you’re welcome to share them with your friends or family!
I’ve also made some recipes from my other cookbooks, so if you have an idea for a recipe, feel free to let me know!
My heart- health meal plans have been so helpful for me and my family!
It’s great to have more variety, too!
If you have any questions about heart health, wellness, and nutrition, I encourage you to speak with your health care provider.
I want to help you reach your full potential.
What do I need to do?
You can find more information about heart-Health.com’s heart-eating tips, recipes, and products on their website, and I recommend checking out their podcasts and blog to get the latest updates.
If your family member or friend has heart- disease, I also recommend checking them out as well!