DASH Diet Foods

What Is The DASH Diet?  DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. It’s one of two diets recommended by the USDA to promote health and wellness and prevent chronic diseases like high blood pressure or diabetes.

What Can I Eat On The DASH Diet?  See Below On What You Are Expected To Eat On The DASH Diet

Whole grains: 6-8 servings of whole wheat bread, rolls, whole wheat pasta, English muffins, pita bread, bagel, cereals, grits, oatmeal, brown rice, unsalted pretzels or unsalted popcorn

Vegetables: 4-5 servings of broccoli, carrots, collards, green beans, green peas, kale, lima beans, potatoes, spinach, squash, sweet potatoes, or tomatoes

Fruits: 4-5 servings of apples, apricots, bananas, dates, grapes, oranges, grapefruit, grapefruit juice, mangoes, melons, peaches, pineapples, raisins, strawberries, or tangerines

Fat-free or low-fat dairy: 2-3 servings of fat-free (skim) or low-fat (1%) milk or buttermilk; fat-free, low-fat, or reduced-fat cheese or cream cheese; fat-free or low-fat regular or frozen yogurt

Lean protein: 6 or fewer servings of lean meat that has been broiled, baked, poached or roasted

Nuts, seeds & legumes: 4-5 servings per week of almonds, hazelnuts, mixed nuts, peanuts, walnuts, sunflower seeds, peanut butter, kidney beans, lentils, split peas

Healthy fats & oils: 2-3 servings of soft margarine, vegetable oil (canola, corn, olive, or safflower), low-fat mayonnaise, or light salad dressing

Sweets: 5 or fewer servings per week of fruit-flavored gelatin, fruit punch, hard candy, jelly, maple syrup, sorbet and ices, sugar

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