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Today’s final post within our three part guest blog series honoring National Nutrition Month, we will be sharing the part of the series you have all been waiting, the recipes! In the final post of this guest blog series by our dietetic intern, Jill Murphy, she shares a variety of healthy and tasty recipes from a variety of cultures, continuing with the National Nutrition Month theme of Personalize Your Plate. Check out the full post below!

In the first two portions of the blog series, we discussed how food preferences are formed, that they can change, and some helpful methods of approaching behavior and lifestyle changes. Trying foods from different cuisines is a great way to incorporate a variety of foods and make healthy lifestyle changes that much more fun and enjoyable!

Check out the meal ideas below for a few different healthy recipe and meal options in multiple cuisines to help get you started….

Make some changes, Challenge those taste buds and those behaviors!!!!

Mediterranean Meal Ideas

  Chickpea Quinoa Bowl      Greek Burgers with Feta Sauce      Vegan Lentil Soup

Mexican Meal Ideas

 Mexican Street Corn Bowl                    Grilled Shrimp Tacos                     Chilaquiles with Eggs

Italian Meal Ideas

     Italian Meatball Soup                       Eggplant Parmesan                                Zucchini Frittata

Indian Meal Ideas

Indian Spiced Chicken                    Tofu, Chicken, &Eggplant Curry         Aloo Gobo – Make ahead of time

Asian Meal Ideas

             Vegetable Lo Mein                                Zucchini Stir Fry                          Kung Pao Chicken

We hope you enjoyed this fun guest blog series by our dietetic intern, Jill Murphy, and would love to hear any thoughts or questions you have on this topic of behavior changes!

** Blog post written by: Jill Murphy (Dietetic Intern)**

Wishing you all a happy and healthy week!

-Ricci-Lee Hotz, MS, RDN

A Taste of Health, LLC

Denver’s Dancing Dietitian

“Improving quality of life one bite at a time”