Lunch Recipes

The Dash Diet  has proven to reduce blood pressure, which can help you live a longer and healthier life. Try these delicious Dash Diet lunch recipes.

    • Read food labels carefully. Look for foods with sodium content less than 5% Daily Value. Foods with more than 20% are considered “high-sodium.” Remember to check the serving size that the sodium value and other nutrition facts are based on.
    • Avoid high-sodium foods like canned soups and sauces, macaroni and cheese, pizza, hot dogs, salty snacks, prepared salads like potato salad, pickles, and processed meats (ham, salami, beef jerky).Dash Diet salad-bar
    • Salad Bar Secrets – there are so many Dash Diet Salad Bar Options you can enjoy, some families have difficulty setting up the same salads day after day, and here are some of my favorites salad bar ingredients.

      Orange-Jicama Salad

      There are many health benefits to jicama, some of them include the ability to help you manage your weight, optimize your digestion, boost your immune system, prevent various types of cancer, increase your energy levels, help manage diabetes, build strong bones, increase circulation, lowers blood pressure, and boosts brain function.

      Deviled Eggs

      Deviled Eggs are basically a stuffed egg with the choice of your favorite ingredients, they are a great snack for any occasion, tailgate party, summer barbecue or potluck dinners, there are never any leftover Deviled Eggs.


      Dash Diet Rainbow Salad

      The more color you have in your Dash Diet Rainbow Salad the more health benefits you have. Totally feel free to change it up or mix and match your favorite veggies.This Dash Diet Rainbow Salad is super customizable.

      Spelt Pesto Salad

      Spelt helps regulate blood glucose levels and produce energy and protein, and is a great way to get an extra boost of energy. Here is a tasty and very nutritious Get your Spelt  Pasta here to make your Pesto Salad that is great hot or cold, lunch or dinner.

      Warm Vegetable Salad

      End the day on a positive and delicious note with this warm and comforting dinner. This is a crunchy, vegetable-rich salad and this will make a dinner  light and enjoyable. The warmth of the meal and the fiber in the vegetables will make you feel full

    • DD_lunch_recipes_002Floridian  Grilled Vegetable SandwichThis is a tasty and filling lunch time snack, made with lite ingredients and healthy greens.

      Spicy Shrimp Marinated in Lime

      In this recipe, the shrimp is marinated rather than served with a heavy sauce. Serve the shrimp cold.Wild Tuna Pita Pockets

      Wild Canned tuna is a good source of low-fat protein and provides many vitamins and minerals, including selenium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamin B-12 and niacin. Here it’s served with chopped vegetables in pita bread for a quick lunch.


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  1. […] It is recommended eating the majority of your total calorie intake earlier in the day, while your body is the most active; doing so has shown a positive effect on risk factors such as heart disease and diabetes. So ideally you will want to have a larger lunch between 12-1 PM and smaller snacks and dinner. Variety of Lunch Recipes […]


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