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Geisinger becomes the first member of Risant Health

Healthy eating doesn’t mean giving up foods you love or settling for meals that aren’t delicious.

There are plenty of ways to boost your favorite meals’ nutritional value and reduce excess calories. Making just a few simple, consistent changes to your diet can improve your health and result in lasting lifestyle change as opposed to yo-yo dieting.

  • Applesauce or banana instead of oil or butter when baking
  • Replace eggs, butter, or cooking oil with flax seed
  • Extra virgin olive oil instead of canola oil
  • Spices and herbs instead of sugar and salt
  • Whole wheat flour instead of white flour
  • Brown rice instead of white rice
  • Cauliflower rice instead of white rice
  • Chickpea or lentil pasta instead of regular pasta
  • Low-fat dairy instead of whole fat dairy
  • Almond milk instead of cow’s milk
  • Grilled instead of fried foods
  • Avocado instead of mayo
  • Baked sweet potato fries instead of French fries
  • Reduce red meat and replace with fish or poultry
  • Eat more whole foods, or foods without a nutrition label
Cookies vs apple

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