Cutting back on grocery bills - without sacrificing nutrition or flavor - is as easy as preparing the foods most families already keep stocked in their kitchen pantries. A return to basic whole foods can be a healthful change in the way families eat. In addition to canned fruits and vegetables and whole grains like rice and pasta, I always keep plenty of canned seafood like tuna on hand.
The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans name seafood among the handful of foods Americans should eat more of for heart and brain benefits.
There's a new tool in town to help you fill your plate with tasty, healthy foods. MyPlate was created by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).