10. Eggs are Indispensable
Eggs are indeed one of the most versatile of all superfoods available to mankind, and if they are not a part of your diet, try to add them if you can.
Eggs are loaded with protein, and one egg can give your body a whopping seven grams of protein.
You can whip up eggs into countless recipes, such as boiled, scrambled, omelets and even baked goods and casseroles.
11. Alternatives for Eggs
If you have adopted a vegetarian diet, or don’t eat eggs for some other reason, it is important to pick out other protein-dense alternatives, such as tofu, tempeh or Greek yogurt.
12. Mason Jars Salads
Want to prepare your luncheons for the entire week so you can save time and focus on other things? Invest in mason jars, as they will make it much easier for you to make pre-prepared salads and meals ahead for the week.
You can do your preparations on Sunday, and consume the salads throughout the week.
13. Homemade Salad Dressing
It is important to start making your own salad dressings at home using natural ingredients. You see, store-bought salad dressings are loaded with sodium, sugar and artificial preservatives. Instead, you can whip up your own healthy and nutrient-rich salad dressings with a few simple ingredients, like olive oil, lemon and soya sauce.