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Chicken Noodle Salad -Eating Well


My personal definition of healthy eating incorporates the following ideals:

  • As often as possible organic, hormone-free, antibiotic-free, and pesticide-free products.

  • Incorporate unsaturated fats such as fish and vegetable-based fats.

  • Limit saturated fats such as animal and dairy-based fat.

  • Limit processed products as much as possible.

  • I don’t believe in diets that eliminate whole food groups. In fact, I don’t like the word diet at all. Balance-wise I like my food intake to model the Greek or Japanese food pyramids.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/food-republic/food-pyramids-around-the-world_b_874409.html?slideshow=true#gallery/28439/4

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/food-republic/food-pyramids-around-the-world_b_874409.html?slideshow=true#gallery/28439/6


Japan and Greece rank among the nations with the lowest heart disease rates. Two things to note:

  1. According to the World Health Organization Ischaemic heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide.

  2. Grains are a major component to these food pyramids, the opposite of a trendy diet that rhymes with the word radio.


  • Lastly, I believe that breaking my own rules every now and then provides a much needed mental respite.


As a new mother, I am entering the phase where my son will be eating food from my plate, so I am even more inspired to make quick and healthy homemade meals. One of my favorite quick go-tos is an Asian chicken noodle salad with a peanut sauce base. I found this recipe which pretty closely mirrors how I make my version.


http://preventionrd.com/2016/07/satay-chicken-noodle-salad-weekly-menu/