3 Healthy Quinoa Recipes Back To School Lunch Ideas



1. 3 Healthy Quinoa Recipes | Back to School Lunch Ideas

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Click here to SUBSCRIBE: \r**BRAND NEW Back-to-School eBook | 35 Lunch Bowls Available Now: \r**3 eBook Back-to-School Bundle Available Now** \rToday were making some healthy quinoa recipes that are perfect for school lunches! \r\rWatch Mobile Meal Makeover here: \rLearn how to cook quinoa here: \r4 Salad-In-a-Jar Recipes: \r4 MORE Salad-In-a-Jar Recipes: \r\rFrequently Used & Favorite Items: \rNesting Snack Containers: \rMetal Bento Box: \r\rPurchase my eBooks here:\rHealthy Meal Plan 2017 eBook Available Now: \r*eBOOK BUNDLE* | All three Meal Prep Made Easy eBooks for only *$12.99*: \r*NEW* 30 Days of Smoothies: \rMeal Prep Made Easy eBook | Menus 1-6: \rMeal Prep Made Easy eBook | Menus 7 -12: \rMeal Prep Made Easy eBook | Menus 13 -18: \rDinner Made Easy: \r5 Weeks of Healthy Meal Prep: \rMade with Love Holiday Recipes: \r\rFacebook: \rTwitter: \rInstagram: \rPinterest: \rBlog: \r\rRainbow Quinoa Salad\r1 cup quinoa\r2 cups vegetable broth\r1 cup corn\r2 carrots, grated\r1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved\r1 cup red cabbage, shredded\r1 cup broccoli florets\r¼ cup olive oil\r3 tbsp white wine vinegar\r1 tsp Dijon mustard\r1 tsp honey\rsalt and pepper \r\rIn a medium saucepan, combine quinoa and vegetable broth. Bring it to a boil.\rReduce heat to low, cover and simmer for 15 minutes.\rTurn off heat and allow quinoa to sit for 5-10 minutes.\rAllow quinoa to cool completely.\rIn a large bowl combine cooled quinoa with corn, carrots, cherry tomatoes, red cabbage and broccoli florets.\rIn a small bowl whisk olive oil, white wine vinegar, Dijon mustard, honey, salt and pepper.\rPour dressing over salad and stir until its evenly dressed.\rStore in the refrigerator for 4-5 days.\rEnjoy!\r\rQuinoa Tabbouleh Salad\r1 cup quinoa\r2 cups vegetable broth\r2 cloves garlic, minced\r1 English cucumber, diced\r2 tomatoes, diced\r¼ cup white onion\rfresh parsley\rfresh mint\r¼ cup olive oil\r1 lemon\rsalt and pepper\r\rIn a medium saucepan, combine quinoa and vegetable broth. Bring it to a boil.\rReduce heat to low, cover and simmer for 15 minutes.\rTurn off heat and allow quinoa to sit for 5-10 minutes.\rAllow quinoa to cool completely.\rIn a large bowl combine cooled quinoa with cucumber, tomato, white onion, parsley and mint.\rDress with olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper.\rStore in the refrigerator for 4-5 days.\rEnjoy!\r\rOne Pan Mexican Quinoa\r1 cup quinoa\r1 can black beans, rinsed and drained\r1 can corn, drained\r1 red bell pepper, finely diced\r1 clove garlic, minced\r1 jalapeno, minced (optional)\r1 cup salsa\r1½ cup vegetable broth\r1 lime\rfresh cilantro to taste\r\rIn a large skillet combine quinoa, black beans, corn, red bell pepper, garlic, jalapeno, salsa and vegetable broth.\rStir well and bring mixture to a boil.\rReduce heat to low, cover and simmer for 20-25 minutes or until liquid is all absorbed.\rTurn off heat and all quinoa to sit for an additional 5 minutes. \rFinish with fresh lime juice and freshly chopped cilantro.\rStore in the refrigerator for 4-5 days.\rEnjoy!\r\r*SOME links provided above are affiliate links


2. 3 Healthy Quinoa Recipes | Back to School Lunch Ideas

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3 Healthy Quinoa Recipes | Back to School Lunch Ideas Watch the latest episode of Mobile Meal Makeover here: Click here to SUBSCRIBE: HOLIDAY RECIPES | Edible Gifts: .\r\rClick here to SUBSCRIBE: HOLIDAY RECIPES | Edible Gifts: 3 Quinoa Recipes | Back to School Lunch Ideas: .\r\rREMEMBER, these salad dressings i made are more then one serving, so you wouldnt eat it all at once. So the amount of olive oil and salt in the first one isnt .\r\rClick here to SUBSCRIBE: HOLIDAY RECIPES | Edible Gifts: 3 Muffin Tin Breakfast Recipes: 3 Mac .


3. How to make Healthy Wrap Recipes _ Back to School Lunch Ideas

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Back To School 3 DIY Easy Healthy Vegan Lunch Recipes! Today I have 3 easy healthy vegan lunch ideas that would be perfect for back to school. I loved to make these when I had to pack lunch for work.I prep all my lunch the night before to save time in the morning. I love that these are so easy healthy and vegan. Thumbs up and subscribe!


4. healthy recipes for kids - healthy back to school lunches + after school snack ideas!

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healthy recipes for kids - healthy back to school lunches + after school snack ideas!


5. 3 Gluten Free Muffin Tin Recipes | Back to School Lunch Ideas

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Click here to SUBSCRIBE: \r**BRAND NEW Back-to-School eBook | 35 Lunch Bowls Available Now: \r**3 eBook Back-to-School Bundle Available Now** \rToday Im sharing 3 gluten free recipes that make great portable lunches! \r\r3 Muffin Tin Breakfast Recipes: \r3 Mac & Cheese Recipes: \r\rFrequently Used & Favorite Items: \rNesting Snack Containers: \rMetal Bento Box: \r\rPurchase my eBooks here:\rHealthy Meal Plan 2017 eBook Available Now: \r*eBOOK BUNDLE* | All three Meal Prep Made Easy eBooks for only *$12.99*: \r*NEW* 30 Days of Smoothies: \rMeal Prep Made Easy eBook | Menus 1-6: \rMeal Prep Made Easy eBook | Menus 7 -12: \rMeal Prep Made Easy eBook | Menus 13 -18: \rDinner Made Easy: \r5 Weeks of Healthy Meal Prep: \rMade with Love Holiday Recipes: \r\rFacebook: \rTwitter: \rInstagram: \rPinterest: \rBlog: \r\rGluten Free Muffin Tin Meals \r\rCajun Frittatas\r1lb spicy sausage, removed from casing\r½ red onion, finely diced\r1 red bell pepper, finely diced\r1 green bell pepper, finely diced\r2 celery stalks, finely diced\r2 cloves garlic\r2 tsp Cajun seasoning \rsalt and pepper\r8 eggs\r½ cup milk or cream\r\rPreheat oven to 375°F.\rGenerously grease a muffin tin. Set aside.\rIn a skillet cook sausage until it is no longer pink. Remove sausage from skillet with a slotted spoon.\rIn the same skillet fry bell pepper and celery until it softens. Add more oil if necessary.\rAdd garlic, jalapeno and Cajun seasoning and cook for another 30 seconds.\rStir in cooked sausage and remove skillet from heat.\rScoop sausage mixture into each muffin cup.\rIn a large measuring cup whisk eggs and milk.\rFill each muffin cup with egg mixture.\rBake at 375° for 20-25 minutes or until frittatas are completely set.\rStore in the refrigerator for up to 3 days or in the freezer for 3 months.\rEnjoy!\r\rTurkey Quinoa Meatloaf Muffins\r¼ cup red onion, grated\r2 carrots, grated\r2 celery stalks, finely chopped\r1 red bell pepper, finely chopped\r1lb ground turkey\r1 cup cooked quinoa\r1 egg\r¼ cup BBQ sauce\r½ tsp Worcestershire sauce\rsalt and pepper\r¼ cup BBQ sauce for glazing\r\rPreheat oven to 375°F.\rGenerously grease a muffin tin. Set aside.\rIn a large bowl combine all of the ingredients.\rMix well until mixture is thoroughly combine.\rFill each muffin cup with meatloaf mixture.\rCook until the meatloaves reach an internal temperature of 165°F, about 30 minutes.\r5 minutes before the meatloaf muffins are fully cooked glaze them with the remaining BBQ sauce. \rReturn them to the oven until they are cooked through and the glaze is set.\rStore in the refrigerator for up to 3 days or in the freezer for 3 months.\rEnjoy!\r\rMac & Cheese Cups\r1lb macaroni, cooked and drained (I used brown rice macaroni to keep these gluten-free)\r2½ cups butternut squash, cubed\r1 cup chicken or vegetable broth\r1 cup milk\r1 clove garlic, minced\r3 tbsp plain Greek yogurt\r1 cup Gruyere OR sharp cheddar cheese, grated \r½ cup parmesan, freshly grated\r1 tsp smoked paprika\rsalt and pepper\r\rPreheat oven to 375°F.\rGenerously grease a muffin tin. Set aside.\rIn a large saucepan combine butternut squash, vegetable broth, milk and garlic.\rSimmer over medium-low heat until squash is cooked through. Keep a close eye on it because you dont want the milk to scald. \rTransfer squash and broth mixture into a food processor.\rCarefully pulse mixture until it is smooth. **Caution: Blending hot liquid can be dangerous. Be sure to allow the steam to escape to avoid an accident.\rAdd Greek yogurt, cheese, smoked paprika, salt and pepper. \rBlend mixture until its completely smooth.\rPour cheese sauce over cooked macaroni and stir until its evenly coated.\rFill each muffin cup with mac and cheese mixture.\rBake at 375°F until the mac and cheese is set and has become crispy on top, between 20 and 30 minutes.\rStore in the refrigerator for up to 4 days or in the freezer for 3 months.\rEnjoy!\r\rUSE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN BLENDING HOT LIQUIDS. Follow manufurers recommended instructions when using appliances.\r\r*SOME links provided above are affiliate links


6. Back To School 3 DIY Easy Healthy Vegan Lunch Recipes

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Back To School 3 DIY Easy Healthy Vegan Lunch Recipes



8. 4 Healthy Indian Lunch/Breakfast Ideas for School/ Work (Part 3) ll Healthy Weight Loss Recipes

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Todays Video is Part 3 of healthy Lunch/ Breakfast Recipes. Please try them and share your feedback.\rSpinach Oats Semolina Dhokla\r...................\r1/2 cup roasted semolina\r1/2 cup- dry roasted and grinded oats\r1/4 cup yogurt.If you want a little bit more sour dhokla add more yogurt or juice of 1 lemon\r1 cup chopped spinach \r1tsp- crushed ginger\r1tsp- green chillies\rfew curry leaves\r\rIn a bowl put Oats , Semolina, Curd, Green chillies, Ginger, Salt and with the help of water make a batter . Now add a cup of finely chopped spinach and keep it aside for about 15-20 minutes.Just before steaming add the fruit salt or Eno and then add little water to mix.Dont stir too much.\rSteam it for 15 minutes or until the dhokla is cooked.Serve it with Green chutney or dip of your choice.\r......................\rGreen Chutney : You can either use the chutney that I showed in my 3 healthy sandwich video here \ror you can make this\r1.5 cups- chopped mint leaves\r2 cups- chopped Coriander\r1 small green mango . If not use 1 juice of lemon\r1-2 green chillies\r1 tbsp Ginger \rSalt as per your taste. Grind everything and your chutney is ready.\r\rLunch Box 2- Indian Fried Rice with Veggies\r..........................\rThis is a very healthy option as it has almost 7 -8 veggies . You can choose whatever veggies you like.\rTake a Wok. Put 1.5 tsp of oil. Add bay leaves, cinnamon , 2 cloves, cumin, red chilly whole, and asafoetida. Once the Spices start to crackle Add red onions and 1/3 cup of peanuts.Saute it for 2-3 minutes , then add all the veggies except spinach\rI have added, bell peppers, mushrooms, green beans, carrots . Saute them for about 3-4 minutes. And then add washed and soaked ( 45 minutes) rice to it. Add some water and let the rice cook. Once the rice is half cooked add Spinach and juice of 1 lime. One you feel the rice is almost done turn off the stove and let the rice cook in its own steam for 5-10 minutes. Serve it with Yogurt, Papad, chutney or ketchup.Sprinkle green onions.\r\rLunch Box 3\r.........\rOven Roasted Chickpeas Snack -Soak Garbanzo beans \r.................................\rBoil them . Take out the excess water and towel dry them.Take a bowl add 1 tbsp oil, add paprika or red chilly powder, coriander powder, cumin powder, turmeric , salt and asafoetida. Mix well and add the dried chickpeas to this mix and toss them so that mixture is evenly distributed.Line the baking tray with parchment paper and put the chickpeas\rPreheat the oven at 400 F . Bake them for about 30-40 minutes. Keep an close eye. The time will vary as per the quantity , your oven etc.\rOnce ready store in airtight container\rGrilled Veggie Sandwich\r...............\rTake veggies of your choice. I have taken Zucchini, bell peppers, onion , mushroom. Grill them on a griller or tawa. \rIn a small bowl. whisk together the olive oil, ground cumin, ground coriander salt and black pepper.Remove the vegetables once done and immediately brush them with the olive oil spice mixture. \rAssemble the sandwich by putting hummus / pesto/ green chutney .\rHope you will all enjoy these recipes.\rMy Other Uploads that could be helpful for you\r........lll......llll...........\r\rPart1 - Indian Weekly Meal Planning and Pre Preparation- First time on youtube\r\r\rPart2 - Indian Weekly Meal Planning and Pre Preparation\r\r\rIndian Kitchen Cleaning Routine- Morning Edition\r\r\rWhat I eat in a day/ Healthy Homemade Realistic Indian food\r\r\rHow to get your kids to eat healthy/ Healthy Indian Meal Ideas\r\r\rA day in my Life /What I/ we eat in day\r\r\r5 Healthy Indian Lunch Box Ideas\r\r\rIndian Kitchen Organization on a Budget\r\r\rFollow me on Social Media\r.................\r\r\r\rMusic Credits\rCello Suite #1 in G - Prelude - Classical Whimsical by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (\rSource: \rArtist:



10. 3 Easy Healthy Sandwich Recipes (Work + School Lunch Ideas)

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Three easy, healthy sandwiches to bring to school or work. Avocado and Turkey, Mozzarella and Roasted Pepper and a Vegan Tuna Salad. YUM!\r\rFOLLOW CLEAN & DELICIOUS ON SOCIAL:\rInstagram: @clean_and_delicious\rFaceBook: \rTwitter: @danispies\rSnapChat: CleanDelicious\rBlog: \rPinterest: \r\rAVOCADO + TURKEY SANDWICH RECIPE\r2 slices Raisin bread (I use the Food for Life brand)\r1/2 avocado\r2 ounces sliced turkey (I buy organic + nitrate free)\r\rLightly toast bread in your toaster oven.\r\rMash the avocado with the pack of a fork and season with salt and pepper.\r\rLayer avocado on one slice of the toasted bread, pile on the turkey and pop on the top. Enjoy.\r\rROASTED PEPPER + FRESH MOZZARELLA RECIPE\r2 slices of whole grain bread (I used the sesame Food For Life)\r1 clove garlic\r1/4 cup of jarred roasted peppers, roughly chopped\r1.5 ounces fresh mozzarella cheese\r5 fresh basil leaves\r\rLightly toast bread in your toaster oven. While the bread is still warm, rub it with the garlic and allow the garlic to melt into the bread.\r\rLayer the roasted peppers on one slice of the bread and top with fresh sliced mozzarella and basil. Pop on the top and enjoy!\r\r\rVEGAN CHICKPEA SALAD RECIPE\r1 can garbanzo beans, drained and rinsed\r1/3 cup finely diced red onion\r1/3 cup finely diced celery\r1/3 cup finely diced radish\r3 tbsp. capers, roughly chopped\r1/4 cup mayonnaise (be sure to buy a vegan brand to keep this recipe 100% vegan)\rsalt and pepper to taste\r\rAdd garbanzo beans to food processor and pulse a few times until you have a gravel-like consistency.\r\rTransfer beans to a medium bowl and add in the onion, celery, radish, capers, mayo and salt and pepper. Combine well.\r\r** To build a sandwich, choose your favorite bread type of bread and layer some greens on one slice. Pile on the vegan tuna salad, pop on the top and enjoy!\r\r\rEnjoy my friends! I hope you have a delicious day!! xo - Dani


11. 15+ Healthy Lunch Ideas for School- Easy, 3 Ingredient Recipes

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15+ Healthy Lunch Ideas for School- Easy, 3 Ingredient Recipes Hi Guys! So, I decided to show 5 recipes and 3 different alterations of each, so that you can


12. Healthy Lunch Ideas for Back To School and Work Featuring iHerb - MissLizHeart

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*Subscribe Here* Today Im sharing 4 healthy back to school lunch ideas! Get 5$ off your first iHerb order with code HHL492 here  \r\rThese portable packable lunch ideas are also perfect for work! Let me know which one is your favorite :D THUMBS UP if you would like to see more videos like this!!\r\riHerb Products Used\rBare Fruit, Crunchy Coconut Chips, Chocolate Bliss\r\r\rBionaturae, Organic Diced Tomatoes\r\r\rCoconut Secret Soy-Free Seasoning Sauce\r\r\rdeSIAM, Thai Sauce Peanut & Coconut\r\r\rMestemacher, Pumpernickel with Whole Rye Kernel\r\r\rMiracle Noodle, Angel Hair, Shirataki Pasta\r\r\rSimply Organic, Cumin\r\r\rSimply Organic, Garlic Salt\r\r\rSunfood, Superfoods, Raw Vegan Coconut Wraps\r\r\riHerb favorites:\rBarbaras Bakery, Cheese Puffs, Jalapeño\r\r\rEdward & Sons, Exotic Rice Toast\r\r\rFinn Crisp, Thin Rye Crisp bread\r\r\rMore info about iHerb:\rCustomers can earn Loyalty Credit by purchasing on iHerb.com. The 10% Loyalty Credit offer is based on the total order value, before shipping charges are applied. Loyalty Credit can be used after the current order has been shipped.\r\rFor example: If you place an order worth $100, you will receive $10 in Loyalty Credit that you can use on your next order(s).\r\rBack To School Healthy Lunch Recipes Also Perfect For Work\rAcocado Chicken Salad Sandwich\rIngredients:\r- 1 chicken breast\r- garlic salt to taste\r- red onion\r- half an avocado\r- 1/2 lemon\r- 2T plain greek yogurt\r- toasted pumpernickel bread\r- romaine lettuce\r- optional balsamic glaze\r\rCoconut Chicken Wrap\rIngredients:\r- 1/4C cabbage slaw\r- 2T vinegar of your choice\r- 1 baby cucumber\r- garlic salt to taste\r- 1 chicken breast\r- 2T coconut and peanut dip\r- coconut wraps\r- chili paste\r\rChicken Olive Lettuce Wraps\rIngredients:\r- 2 chicken breast\r- 1C chicken stock\r- 2t cumin\r- garlic salt to taste\r- white pepper to taste\r- 1/2C crushed tomato\r- 1/4C spanish sliced olives\r- 1T black beans\r- 1/2 avocado\r- lime\r- cilantro for garnish\r*Cook on low for 6-8 hours or high for 2-3 hrs\r\rSpicy Noodle Veggie Bowl \rIngredients:\r- veggies of your choice\r- 1t minced garlic\r- coconut amino or soy sauce\r- chilli paste to taste\r- Sriracha to taste\r- 3T rice vinegar or any on hand\r- 3T sesame oil\r- miracle noodles\r- cilantro\r- sesame seeds\r- green onions\r\rSee blog post to pin these recipes here: \r\rPink food containers \r\rWatch My Last 2 Video\r- 10 Life Hacks Every Girl Should Know! \r-July Favorites 2016 Beauty & Fashion, Carli Bybel x Missguided, Mac \r\r\r*How I get cash back when I shop online \r\r-------------------------\r\r~Current Savings~\r❤ BarkBox -Nalas favorite monthly subscription! - We both get a free bark box if you sign up using my referral code ‘NalasLife or my link \r\r❤ Luxury For Princess Extensions\rI wear the 280g 24 in the color Jet Black \r For a discount enter LIZHEART at checkout :) \r\r❤ Jouer Cosmetics - Enter Liz15 at checkout to receive 15% your entire purchase \r\r----------------------------------------\r\rWHAT I USE TO FILM\r❤ Camera \r❤ Editing Software \r❤ Lights \r❤ Tripod \r❤ Mic \r\rHi everyone! Welcome to my channel, my name is Liz. You can expect to see a Lifestyle video every Wednesday, anything from Home Decor to Recipes, Organization, Travel and Tags. On weekdays I upload Beauty and Fashion Related videos which include Makeup Tutorials, Reviews, GRWM, Night and Morning Routines.\r\rxo Liz \r\rLets Connect on Social Media #MissLizHeart\r❤ My Blog: \r❤ Instagram: \r❤ Twitter: \r❤ Pinterest: \r❤ Snapchat @MissLizHeart\r\rBusiness email: misslizheart(at)gmail.com\r-------------------------\r\r\r*Disclaimer:\rThank you for watching! Sponsored by iHerb! My sisters and mom watch my videos and, just like you, they rely on my opinion. I would never recommend a product that I dont use AND love, it would be like giving a bad recommendation to my own family! Some links are affiliated through a third party (usually those beginning with rstyle.me) and I earn a percentage of the sales, so thank you in advance if you decide to make your purchase through them.



14. Back to School Healthy Lunch Ideas 2016

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18. A Week of Healthy Lunch Ideas for Back to School! By Aspyn Ovard

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A Week of Healthy Lunch Ideas for Back to School! By Aspyn Ovard


19. 5 Quick and Healthy Back to School Lunch Ideas

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20. Healthy Back to School Lunches + After School snack ideas

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All information about your health 1) Fat soluble: Vitamin , Vitamin, Vitamin E , Vitamin k 2) Water soluble: Vitamin B complex , Vitamin C Vitamin A is a group of unsaturated nutritional organic compounds that includes retinol, retinoic acids and several provitamin A. Uses: 1) Cancer: It helpful in cancer because it regulate cell growth and differentiation. 2) Age related macular degeneration: maintain eye health. 3) Measles: It lower risk of measles. 4) Skin: It can fight acne and improve skin health. It is powerful antioxidant so it fight against free radicals and slow down aging process. 5) It protect mucous membranes of digestive, respiratory and urinary tract against infection. 6) Immunity booster 7) It is essential for reproduction. 8) It plays important role in healthy bone growth. Deficiency symptoms: 1) It increases risk of diarrhea. 2) It increases severity and mortality risk of infections of Measles. 3) It causes Night blindness. 4) Vitamin A deficiency is rare in infant because breast milk contains it. 5) The risk of anemia increases in pregnant women and slower growth and development of infant. 6) Due to deficiency of vitamin A, there are drying and scaling of skin. 7) It causes depressed immune system. Dose: 1) For Children : 1 to 3year = 300 microgram per day 4 to 8year = 400 microgram per day 9 to 13year= 600 microgram per day 2) For Adult male : 900 microgram per day 3) For Adult female : 700 microgram per day Sources: 1) Vegetable : Carrots , Sweet potato , Spinach ,Pumpkin ,Broccoli , Tomato , Romaine lettuce , Sweet red peppers , Winter squash , Peas ,Basil , Mustard green 2) Nonveg: Eggs, Salmon , Tuna , Beef liver 3) Fruits: Mango , Papaya , Cantaloupe melon , Peaches 4) Dry fruits: Apricot, Almond, Pistachio 5) Dairy product : Cheese , Milk , Yogurt , Butter Health educators teach people about behaviors that promote wellness. They develop and implement strategies to improve the health of individuals and communities. Community health workers collect data and discuss health concerns with members of specific populations Global health is the health of populations in a global context;[1] it has been defined as "the area of study, research and practice that places a priority on improving health and achieving equity in health for all people worldwide".[2] Problems that transcend national borders or have a global political and economic impact are often emphasized.[3] Thus, global health is about worldwide health improvement, reduction of disparities, and protection against global threats that disregard national borders.Global health is not to be confused with international health, which is defined as the branch of public health focusing on developing nations and foreign aid efforts by industrialized countries.[5] Global health can be measured as a function of various global diseases and their prevalence in the world and threat to decrease life in the present day. The predominant agency associated with global health (and international health) is the World Health Organization (WHO). Other important agencies impacting global health include UNICEF, World Food Programme, and the World Bank. The United Nations has also played a part with declaration of the Millennium Development Goals[6] and the more recent Sustainable Development Goals A healthy diet is one that helps to maintain or improve overall health. A healthy diet provides the body with essential nutrition: fluid, adequate essential amino acids from protein,[1] essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and adequate calories. The requirements for a healthy diet can be met from a variety of plant-based and animal-based foods. A healthy diet supports energy needs and provides for human nutrition without exposure to toxicity or excessive weight gain from consuming excessive amounts. Where lack of calories is not an issue, a properly balanced diet (in addition to exercise) is also thought to be important for lowering health risks, such as obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, hypertension and cancer.[2] Various nutrition guides are published by medical and governmental institutions to educate the public on what they should be eating to promote health. Nutrition facts labels are also mandatory in some countries to allow consumers to choose between foods based on the components relevant to health. The idea of dietary therapy (using dietary choices to maintain health and improve poor health) is quite old and thus has both modern scientific forms (medical nutrition therapy) and prescientific forms (such as dietary therapy in traditional Chinese medicine)


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