BREAKFAST - Passing on breakfast can lead to weight gain, and that sets the stage for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes -- all of which can lead to heart disease.
BROCCOLI - is one of nature’s rock stars. It's a top source of natural plant chemicals shown to help lower the risk of some cancers (though many other things also affect your cancer risk). Each cup of the florets also gives you plenty of vitamins C and K. Cooking tip: Steam the florets for a simple side dish. Or add them into stir-fries, frittatas, and even smoothies that also have naturally sweet things, like fruit, to mask the broccoli taste.
FROZEN PEAS - It’s always a good idea to stash a bag of green peas in your freezer. Each cup of peas delivers an impressive 5 grams of fiber. Fiber helps you feel full, so you eat less later. It's also good for your digestion and helps lower cholesterol levels. Cooking tip: Use frozen peas in soups, dips, potato salads, and pasta dishes.
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