In the past, I would have gone with a protein-packed meal that included veggies, fruit and whole grains.
This was partly because I’d found the idea of eating a lot of veggies to be hard, and partly because my diet wasn’t rich in those nutrients.
But I’m finally getting around to eating a protein meal with a bit of a twist.
I’ve finally decided to start with a grain-rich protein.
The key to a good grain-filled meal is to have lots of grains in it.
I used to have to go to the store and buy a box of white rice.
But with the advent of whole grains, and the way we use them now, I have less of a problem.
And I’ve found that the extra nutrients in whole grains are also better absorbed by our body.
So if you’ve been struggling with eating out a lot and don’t have the time or money to buy a boxed meal, the grains that I use are the ones that have the highest levels of omega-3 fats.
Here’s what to do to make your grain-heavy meal taste great.
Choose a grain that has a high concentration of omega 3 fats.
In other words, the amount of omega 2 fats in a single serving of rice is not the same as the amount in a whole grain.
A serving of white bread has about 50% omega 2, and a serving of brown rice has more than 70%.
Whole grains can have up to twice the omega 3s than other grains, so if you want a grain to have a high amount of this omega-4, you need to choose a variety that has as much as 80% of it in omega 3.
For instance, I recommend choosing a variety of white, white and brown rice that has 50% of its omega-6 in omega-2 fatty acids.
In the case of whole grain rice, you’ll also need to get your omega-8 out of the grains.
A high-quality grain that comes in the form of whole wheat or a rice flour will contain more omega-9 and omega-10 than other kinds of grains, because those fats help your body absorb vitamins and minerals.
Make sure that your grain contains enough protein.
I always make sure that I eat a balanced meal, but it can be tough to get enough protein in your diet.
Many people think that a high-protein meal is healthy because it provides the energy to burn off the calories that you eat.
However, if you’re looking to maintain weight, you should also be eating a high protein meal, because that’s the protein that will give you the energy needed to get through the day.
A grain that’s packed with plenty of protein should contain at least 12 grams of protein per serving.
I usually recommend going for a serving with less than 12 grams.
You can also try reducing your protein portion to 4 to 6 ounces, which gives you about 3 grams of total protein.
For example, I typically go for a grain with about 2 ounces of total, or about 4 ounces of whole.
Make your grain protein- and carb-rich.
I think it’s important to understand that a grain can be rich in some nutrients while also being rich in carbs, which means that you can make a healthy, full meal with just a bit less.
You don’t need to eat as much protein or as much carbs as you’d like, but the quality of the ingredients in your grain should be balanced.
For me, I generally use a blend of whole, brown and white wheat that is about 30% protein, 20% carbs, and 20% fat.
But for others, I also like to go with whole, flaked, brown, and rye.
If you’re not sure which type of whole or flaked is right for you, check out my list of best whole grain breads, as well as my review of my favorite whole-grain bread.
I also recommend cooking the grains with some vegetables, like spinach or zucchini, which are rich in omega 6 fatty acids and are great for your gut.
But don’t be afraid to go a little more adventurous with your whole grain recipes.
I like to add a few leafy greens and add some red peppers to my grain salads, but I also love using whole-wheat couscous, which has all of the good health benefits of couscoups, but without the guilt of making couscoux.
Add the right spices.
In addition to the omega-7 fatty acids, a high fiber diet also includes omega-12, which is an essential nutrient that helps your body build your cells.
Whole grains, like brown rice, have an omega-11 that is high in omega 12.
If I’ve missed any specific spices you should try, please let me know in the comments. Enjoy!