10 Healthy Food Swaps That You Haven’t Read 100 Times Before 

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Yellow kiwi instead of oranges – a smart food swap, it has three times more vitamin C than oranges and a smooth, non-fibrous peel.

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Monk fruit extract instead of sugar - added sweeteners like dextrose, which contains calories, inulin, and sugar alcohols like erythritol.

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Golden Pea Milk Instead of Non-Dairy Milk – Coconut, almond, soy and hemp milks are dairy-free alternatives to cow's milk.

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Matcha instead of green tea – Green tea contains antioxidants and polyphenols that lower cholesterol, reducing the risk of stroke and diabetes.

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Sweet Potato Slices Instead of Toast – Sweet potatoes are a good source of healthy carbs and fiber.

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Instead of veggie chips, roasted chickpeas are higher in protein, fiber and carbs and can be cooked with olive oil for a crunchy snack.

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Mushroom Jerky Instead of Beef Jerky – Meat has no fiber, but mushrooms have plenty, including beta glucan.

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Quinoa instead of oatmeal or cereal – One cup of cooked quinoa provides more than eight grams of protein, while oatmeal has a little more than five.

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Spaghetti Squash or Spiral Zucchini Noodles – Squash (42 calories per cooked cup) is lower in calories than spaghetti (221 calories per cup).

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Peanut powder instead of peanut butter – Peanut powder is versatile and retains many nutrients, proteins, and flavor.

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