Ever wonder what to make with canned tuna other than mixing it with mayo for a sandwich? This is a perfect high protein and fiber salad that’s delicate and satisfying, plus it is loaded with heart-healthy fats! Pair with some spring greens for added vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Beans are a great staple item to have in the pantry—they are quick and easy to use in a pinch! Beans, beans are good for your heart … because they are high in fiber! Beans are a great source of plant-based proteins, and there are so many varieties. Remember to rinse and drain your canned beans to reduce the sodium content.
This chili recipe deviates for the norm and is surprisingly good! Lean turkey and all the traditional chili spices gets an extra boost of nutrients with the addition of seasonal butternut squash.
Instead of buying pre-made black bean burgers, save money and try this simple recipe using canned black beans to make a quick and healthy high fiber plant-based burger that will be sure to satisfy.
I know I keep referring back to those sayings from our grandparents, but the science of today continues to support some of the old wives tales of yesterday. From the health benefits of eating an apple a day, to the benefits of drinking water to, yes, the fact that beans are indeed good for your heart!
Have you heard of Cowboy Caviar? This particular recipe is power packed with nutrients and fiber, and it makes a great dip as well as a nutritious side dish. Use low sodium canned beans to help reduce sodium content. It tastes even better the second day!