How to make healthier food choices
You open the fridge and start taking stock of what’s inside. You eye the condiments on the shelves, then ask yourself why – ketchup isn’t a snack – before moving on to examine the produce drawer. All you’ve got in there are a few old carrots and a questionable red delicious apple.After looking through drawers and not seeing anything that piques your interest, you check the freezer. Just ice cubes and a few popsicles. Not exactly what you’re looking for. On to the pantry, where you find an eclectic blend of ingredients that don’t seem to fit together – a box of pasta, a few cans of beans, maybe some nuts. No luck there.