How to Actually Make Healthy Choices of Condiments?


How to Actually Make Healthy Choices of Condiments? If you are interested in giving your health a bit of boost, you should learn how to make healthy choices of condiments. Read on to find out more.
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If variety is the spice of life, then the more condiments you keep in your fridge, the better. Especially if they’re the right healthy choices of condiments!


By that I mean condiments that are not only tasty (if not, then what’s the point?) but healthy too. Surprisingly, you can actually pick your healthy choices of condiments strategically to add nutrients, antioxidants and flavor to your meals, one teaspoon, squirt or dollop at a time.


Following are the 8 Healthy Choices of Condiments for your Fridge


  1. Organic Ketchup


Ketchup gets a bad rap because it often contains sugar and high-fructose corn syrup. But, it also contains lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that is known to help prevent many types of cancer, including prostate, breast, endometrial, lung and colorectal. Go for organic ketchup, which doesn’t contain HFCS and has been found to have significantly more lycopene than conventional varieties.


  1. Mustard


Mustard is low in calories but rich in flavor. Plus, high-quality brands contain nothing more than mustard seeds, turmeric (for color), water and vinegar. Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory and mustard seeds contain omega-3 fats and may even boost your metabolism.


  1. Horseradish


This spicy root contains important nutrients like potassium, vitamin C, B vitamins, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc. Plus, it contains phytochemicals called glucosinolates, which potentially have anti-cancer properties, and mustard oil, which may block the growth of disease-causing bacteria.


If you’re new to horseradish, try mixing it with ketchup, mustard or yogurt (plus dill) and using it as a cocktail sauce, sandwich spread or dip, respectively.


  1. Guacamole


Avocado is rich in heart-healthy fats many people are lacking. It may also contain other beneficial ingredients like tomatoes, lime juice, cilantro and onions. If you’re not going to make your own, look for brands with whole ingredients and no preservatives. Guacamole makes a great sandwich spread.


  1. Salsa


Salsa is low in calories and rich in nutrients and phytochemicals, which come from the tomatoes, cilantro, hot peppers, onions and other spices it contains. A serving of salsa will provide you with beneficial vitamin C, vitamin A, capsaicin and much more, so use it liberally on eggs, meat, fish, potatoes and more.


  1. Hot Sauce


Authentic hot sauce made from chili peppers contains potent compounds called capsaicinoids (capsaicin and related chemicals) — they’re what give hot peppers their “kick.” Among the health benefits of spicy peppers in hot sauce include reducing inflammation and pain, fighting cancer, relieving sinus infections and even boosting fat-burning and metabolism.


  1. Black Pepper


Black pepper contains piperine, which may have anti-cancer effects and improves insulin sensitivity.


  1. Pesto


Pesto is typically a nutrient-dense mix of basil, olive oil and garlic, possibly with Parmesan cheese or pine nuts mixed in. Along with heart-healthy monounsaturated fats from the olive oil, pesto contains a massive dose of free-radical-fighting antioxidants from the garlic and basil. Try pesto not only over pasta but also as a sandwich spread or condiment for meat, fish and veggies. You can even stir it into soups or stews.


If you are interested in giving your health a bit of boost, you should dump the following condiments in your fridge and just keep the 8 healthiest ones just mentioned above.


Dump These 6 Unhealthiest Condiments in Your Fridge


  1. Soy Sauce


Soy sauce is very high in sodium. Just two tablespoons has more than you should get in a day, and most people use more than two tablespoons. Many soy sauce brands also contain monosodium glutamate (MSG), a known “excitotoxin,” meaning it causes brain cells to fire so rapidly they burn themselves out within hours of exposure.


  1. Honey Mustard


While regular mustard is a healthy option, honey mustard typically contains added sugar. While not as bad as some condiments (see BBQ sauce below), especially if you only use it in moderation, you’re better off swapping honey mustard for regular.


  1. BBQ Sauce


Sugar is a main ingredient in most barbecue sauces, which can easily add 9 grams of sugar or more per serving, and even more if you like extra sauce.


  1. Bottled Salad Dressing


Many people use ranch, Italian and other dressings as a dip for veggies, topping for sandwiches and much more. But bottled dressings, especially reduced-fat varieties, can contain up to 50 grams of sugar in a half-cup.


Many also contain soybean oil , MSG, artificial flavors and preservatives. Do your health a favor and make your own dressings at home using olive oil, balsamic vinegar, lemon juice, garlic, buttermilk, and other spices.


  1. Mayo


You knew it was coming … but the primary reason why mayo is a no-no isn’t because it’s high in fat, per se, but rather because it’s high in pro-inflammatory omega-6 fats. This comes from the soybean oil that makes up most mayonnaise. Most Americans already consume far too many omega-6 fats from vegetable oils like soybean oil, and mayonnaise will only add to this.


  1. Tartar Sauce


Most store-bought tartar sauce brands have a mayonnaise base (i.e. more soybean oil) plus added sugar and high fructose corn syrup. If you love tartar sauce, it’s possible to make your own healthier version (and your own home-made mayo) using egg yolks, lemon juice, olive oil, salt and seasonings (like pickles, onion, dill or capers).


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