What You Should Eat. Well, What Aaron Eats.

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I spend a lot of time writing and talking about what isn’t true. Over the past few months, we’ve had lots of episodes talking about how many nutrition recommendations aren’t supported by science. I’ve argued that what many people are telling you may be inaccurate. In response, lots of you have asked me what nutrition recommendations should say.

The truth is that it’s much easier to tell you what not to do, than to tell you what to do. But we don’t avoid the hard questions. Recently I shared my nutrition recommendations over at the Upshot at the New York Times, and they were surprisingly popular. So I’m going to share them with you, here on Healthcare Triage

You should go read that piece, which all of this is based on. References and links can be found there: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/21/upshot/simple-rules-for-healthy-eating.html

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Some foods I buy often:
– potatoes / sweet potatoes (the ones grown in the US are my favorite)
– pumpkin
– rice
– quinoa
– oats
– sliced bread (kept in freezer)
– pasta (regular and/or rice / corn pasta)
– cereal
– beans (black / kidney)
– chickpeas
– hummus
– corn / rice cakes
– almond / rice milk
– sauces (tomato basil / arrabbiata / curry)
– frozen berries (for smoothies, oatmeal…)
– brazil and walnuts on occasion
– dark chocolate on occasion

Fresh veg:
– bell peppers
– cucumber
– tomatoes
– mushrooms
– broccoli
– lettuce
– spinach (nice for smoothies)
– zucchini
– celery
– corn
– avocado

Fresh fruit:
– apples
– oranges
– lemon
– watermelon (when in season)
– pineapple
– bananas / dates (only on occasion as too many break my skin out)
– berries
– grapes
– cranberries


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Andrew Weil, MD: Eating Well for Optimum Health


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Looking your Best Through a Well Balanced Diet

Board certified Pediatrician Dr. JJ Levenstein explains how you can look your best though a well balanced diet. Dr. JJ discusses what foods will give you the biggest boost in natural vitamins and nutrients. JJ also explains what each vitamin group does and why they are so important for our overall health.

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