Dietitians' Top 7 Processed Foods

I propose OLIPOP for healthy processed meals to limit soda intake. This soda brand encourages everyone's health with 9 grammes of prebiotic fibre and 5 grammes of added sugars or less each can.

Although it's processed fruit, I prefer frozen fruit since research shows it stays fresh and nutritious. I love adding wild blueberries to my smoothies or porridge for a fast fibre boost.

I consume processed foods daily as a nutritionist! Any food that is canned, frozen, dried, pasteurised, cooked, fermented, etc. is processed.

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Processed dairy can boost its nutrients. Yoghurt has more proteins and gut-healthy probiotics!

Plant-based meats are processed, but so are peanut butter, flavoured Greek yoghurt, salsa, hummus, and whole-grain pasta.

Sauerkraut, a salty, lactic acid-fermented cabbage dish, has more than a peculiar taste. Probiotic-rich, it boosts digestion, immunity, and mood. Iron, fibre, vitamin C, and vitamin K are also in sauerkraut.

The creamy dip or spread made with cooked chickpeas, tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, and spices is a plant-based nutritional powerhouse.

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