8 Best Foods to Keep in Your Fridge

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8 Best Foods to Keep in Your Fridge
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Its middle of the night, you are hungry, and staring into the fridge! What’s in there? Is it something healthy or all regret foods? Well, let us help you sort this out. Here is how to stock your fridge in a healthy way so, there always is something healthy waiting for you.

Salad:

Always have some salad ingredients there in your fridge. Like salsa, it’s fresh and you can easily add it to egg dishes, and sauces. Avoid use of heavy and oily dressings.
Warning: Eating salad along a plus-sized serving of deep fried chips would not do any good.

Hummus:

This Middle Eastern dip is rich in proteins and fiber and low in fat and calories. Skip fried snacks and eat it with sliced veggies or a corn tortilla with salsa.

Eggs:

Eggs

There is a whole lot of things you can stir up with eggs. These are a good source of protein and vitamin D. You can make an omelette or just add a boiled egg to a vegetable salad with some spices and voila it’s a super delicious healthy snack.

Fruit Juice:

Freshly expressed juice is a good source of certain vitamins and minerals but because of its sugar content use it in moderation.

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Plain Yogurt:

It’s a good source of calcium, high-quality proteins and probiotics. You can add fruits, granola or mix vegetables for a fulfilling snack.

Whole-Wheat Tortillas:

These are low in calories and you can add a number of fillings like sautéed vegetables, beans or tomato sauce with salad.

Best Foods to Keep in Your Fridge

Cabbage:

This humble cabbage is loaded with potassium, magnesium, and vitamin-C. You can substitute it for bread, use it in salsa and salads and easily cut on carbs and calories.

Berries:

These have a high amount of antioxidants, fiber, and nutrients that make these a superfood for brain and heart. In case you have a heart problem you can book an appointment online with a heart specialist in Karachi, where people are in habit of unhealthy snacking. An additional benefit of eating berries is in form of low calories.

Munch on these healthy options whenever you feel hungry next time.

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Sehrish
She is pharmacist by profession and has worked with several health care setups.She began her career as health and lifestyle writer.She is adept in writing and editing informative articles for both consumer and scientific audiences,as well as patient education materials.

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