How to Make Comfort Foods Healthier with Keri Glassman

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Playing Healthy Comfort Food Makeovers with Nutritionist Keri Glassman

If you have been turning to comfort foods more than usual, you are not alone! The Doctors welcome nutritionist Keri Glassman, who shows us how to make some of your favorite dishes healthier.

Keri shares how to improve foods at breakfast, lunch, snack time, and dinner and gives us tips on how to cut calories and lower our fat intake. 

Breakfast: Swap out your refined flour tortilla in your breakfast burrito for an almond flour tortilla or a sprouted grain tortilla, use pasture-raised organic eggs, and use black beans instead of processed meats 

Lunch: In your tomato soup use low sodium vegetable broth instead of cream and for your grilled cheese sandwich use rye bread and a high-quality cheddar cheese

Snack: For a salty and crunchy treat, she loves beet chips and roasted broccoli

Dinner: Keri says a healthier take on cheesy potatoes is a baked stuffed sweet potato with organic chicken sausage -- plus onions, peppers, and nutritional yeast, which she says can be a parmesan cheese replacement

Get Keri's recipe for her Healthy Breakfast Burrito.

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