25 Foods You Should Always Have in Kitchen

Beans: 

When coupled with rice, this is a cheap protein that is tasty and easy to add to any meal.

Sweet Potatoes: 

Creamy, sweet, and full of vitamins, these are a must have veggie.



Bananas: 

Potassium and fiber make this food a staple in your fruit bowl. Plus, in baked goods, you can use a banana instead of an egg.

Veggie Broth: 

For soups, casseroles, and mashed potatoes, veggie is healthier than chicken.

Frozen veggies:

Add them to many meals and feel better about spending less.

Flaxseed: 

This is a great additive to cereals, yogurt, oatmeal, or to bake in cookies. The fiber and omega 3s come out when it's all ground up.

Canned tomatoes: 

Pasta sauces, chili, tomato soup - tomatoes are versatile and healthy.

Nuts: 

Protein, fiber and fat make nuts a necessity to any diet. They lower your cholesterol and benefit your skin the more you eat.

Eggs: 

These often misconstrued protein globules are actually quite healthy for you. While you should eat them in moderation, they contain a chemical called coline, which improves memory, as well as tons of antioxidants to keep your body healthy.

Coffee: 

Caffeine is good for your memory, and can help you complete tasks. If you're going to drink a lot, spread it throughout the day.

Avocado: 

Tasty in salads or by themselves, these fruits have lots of important vitamins and fats.

Mushrooms: 

These flavor absorbers can help bolster your immune system and lower blood pressure.

Yogurt:

 Eat it for breakfast or throughout the day as a snack. You can choose the flavored kinds, or you can add honey or maple syrup to plain.


Tuna: 

Protein. A lot of it.

Pasta: 

All kinds of pasta are healthy, and can be made with a lot of different sauces for variation.

Onions: 

You can use onions in practically any dinner concoction.

Preserves: 

Buy all natural, or else you're just eating empty sugars and corn syrups.

Oatmeal: 

The best thing about oatmeal is what you can add to it. I take cinnamon (another healthy spice), raisins, brown sugar, and milk in mine.

Beets: 

Loaded with vitamins and antioxidants, you can eat beets fresh in a salad over the greens, or you can sautee the greens in garlic and olive oil.

Cabbage: 

Low calorie and high in vitamins, this cruciferous vegetable is really, really good for you.

Guava: 

Packed with vitamins, this fruit also contains more lycopene than tomatoes or watermelon.

Dried Plums: 

Prunes have tons of antioxidants and are sweet.

Pumpkin seeds: 

High in magnesium, these seeds are the most nutritious part of your pumpkin.

Milk: 

With milk comes strong bones, and choosing 1% or 2% makes it healthy enough to drink daily.

Green tea: 

Another antioxidant booster, this tea has lots of other positive health effects.



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