8 Clever Ways to Add More Nutrients Into Your Diet

It can be difficult to get all the nutrients you need to stay healthy into your diet. We have compiled a list of our favorite recipes that are both tasty and nutritious! Give these a try, they might help you find new favorites!

Studies show that most people don’t get the recommended daily intake of vitamins and minerals. This can be due to a poor diet or illnesses like celiac disease, which eliminates certain foods from an individual’s diet.

The body needs a constant supply of nutrients to function properly. For this reason, it is important to eat a variety of foods with different nutritional profiles. There are many ways you can add more nutrients into your diet without taking supplements or spending money on expensive health food items. If you’re interested in learning how, keep reading!

I am so excited to have found this blog post. I was looking for nutrition blog ideas about how to start my diet and these are perfect! The first one has a lot of great information on what you should eat, the second one has tips on how you can make your diet work with your lifestyle and the last one is all about different foods you can try. I love reading these posts because they seem like they will be so helpful in making sure I’m eating right.

1. Add a piece of fruit to your breakfast cereal

In the mornings, I usually get up and make a bowl of cereal. When I was younger, my mom would always put in one piece of fruit on top for me to eat while I ate my cereal. There are so many different fruits that can be used- apples, oranges, bananas- but there is something special about a grapefruit. Grapefruits have such an interesting flavor profile and they’re not too sour or sweet like most other types of citrus fruits. Plus, you can use it as breakfast AND dessert! So next time you find yourself making breakfast with your favorite box mix (or even just pouring out some old cereal), give it a try!

Adding a piece of fruit to your breakfast cereal is an easy way to add nutrients and flavor to the morning routine. You can also use this tip for lunch or dinner, as well. It’s a simple change that doesn’t take much time or money!

2. Swap out white rice for brown rice

Brown rice is a much healthier option for your family. It’s higher in fiber, which means it will keep you fuller and more energized than white rice. Brown rice also has less of an impact on blood sugar levels, making it better for diabetics or those with insulin resistance. Not to mention that brown rice is rich in iron and magnesium- two nutrients our bodies need to function properly! Swap out white rice for brown rice today and feel the difference tomorrow!

3. Drink green juice instead of soda or alcohol

The health benefits of green juice are just too good to pass up. If you’re feeling guilty about your drinking habits, try substituting one drink for a glass of green juice per day and see how much better you feel!

I’m so excited to share my experience with green juice! I was lucky enough to be able to go on a vacation that had fresh fruit and vegetables all year round. One morning, I woke up early and decided to try some green juice for breakfast. It was so delicious! All of the flavors mixed together in one glass were perfect. The best part is that it’s full of nutrients like protein, fiber, vitamins A & C–all while being low calorie and sugar free! I can’t wait to drink more when I get back home 🙂

4. Eat more vegetables, especially dark leafy greens like spinach and kale

A couple of years ago, I was diagnosed with high blood pressure. The doctor said it is one of the leading risk factors for heart disease and stroke. He told me that if I could just eat more vegetables, especially dark leafy greens like spinach and kale, my blood pressure would go down and reduce my risk to a significant degree. Nowadays, I religiously follow his advice because it’s been really beneficial in reducing my stress levels!

5. Try adding lentils to soups or salads for extra protein and fiber 

Lentils are a healthy and delicious way to get more protein into your diet. They are high in fiber, low in fat and sodium, gluten-free, and require very little time to cook. Add them as a side dish or substitute them for some of the meat you would normally have in your soup or salad! 

Lentils provide just as much protein per serving size as animal proteins like chicken. Lentils also contain twice the amount of fiber than any other legume. Fiber can lower cholesterol levels by reducing blood pressure and increasing insulin sensitivity which helps prevent diabetes. 

6. Replace pasta with spaghetti squash, which is lower in calories 

Pasta is a staple food for many people, but it can be one of the higher calorie foods. This article will explore why spaghetti squash might have more health benefits than pasta and offer some simple recipes to try. 

Pasta may seem like a healthy option, but it’s often high in calories and carbs (9 grams per cup). Spaghetti squash is lower in calories and carbohydrate content (6 grams per cup) while still offering the same taste as pasta. It also contains almost twice as much fiber! If you’re looking for an easy way to cut back on your carbs, try replacing your favorite dishes with this low-calorie alternative.

7. Swap your regular cereal for a high-fiber variety

A healthy diet is one that provides you with essential nutrients and important vitamins. The most difficult part of eating a healthy diet is trying to find the time to prepare all your food, while still meeting strict dietary restrictions. It can be overwhelming when you’re working in an office or have a family at home, but there are ways to eat well without compromising your schedule or budget. One way we recommend for people who want more fiber in their diets is swapping out their usual cereal for a high-fiber variety like All-Bran Original Bran Cereal, which contains 12 grams of whole grains per serving!

Swapping your regular cereal for a high-fiber variety is one of the easiest ways to increase your fiber intake. The Dietary Guidelines recommend that adults age 50 and younger eat at least 25g of fiber per day, with an additional 21-25g for those over 50. Eating more fresh fruit and vegetables can be helpful, but swapping out one or two cereals in your diet can also do the trick!

8. Use herbs and spices more frequently (e.g., cumin, cinnamon)

You should be cooking with herbs and spices more often. They make a huge difference in the quality of your food, as well as adding diversity to your meals. One simple way is by sprinkling cumin on anything from eggs to roasted vegetables. I recommend using whole cinnamon sticks instead of ground cinnamon for oatmeal or coffee because you get a stronger flavor that lasts longer without being too overpowering. Experiment with different types of flavors, find your favorites, and use them every day!

I am a foodie at heart and I love to experiment with new flavors. If you’re like me, then you probably have a spice rack that’s full of different herbs and spices waiting to be used. One of the best ways to add flavor to your dishes is by using herbs and spices!