Eating Healthy During COVID-19: Learn healthy foods to stock up on ‘Watch an informative video’

During this pandemic it is important to eat healthy. If you are cooking at home, healthy eating begins with buying healthy foods.

According to Dr. Neal D. Barnard, M.D. at Physicians Committee, “let me show you some foods that you ought to be stocking up on” Watch the entire Physicians Committee video (below) Pantry Staples

Learn about a vegetarian and flexitarian lifestyle. A vegetarian lifestyle has great benefits. Research shows, consuming a plant-based vegetarian diet can help reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular disease, hypertension, Type 2 diabetes and some forms of cancer.

I am a flexitarian who consumes meat 25-50% of the time. My Meatless Days are usually Meatless Monday, Without Meat Wednesday and Meat Free Friday.

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