My Healthy Life—More from Paula
Living well and eating healthy foods go hand in hand
Paula Young is a firm believer that living well and eating healthy foods go hand in hand. Here is her grocery list for the recipes below, and a video demonstrating how to make your own homemade noodles.
Beautifully glazed with a mouth-watering marinade, this Marinated Pork Loin is relatively low in fat but still juicy, flavorful and so tender.
The addition of whole-wheat flour to these buttery Homemade Noodles pumps up the nutrition and fiber of this special side dish. I even make extra batches during the holidays to give as gifts with homemade marinara sauce.
Round out any meal with the natural sweetness of these quick and easy Roasted Veggies. Whole grape tomatoes, onions, peppers, green beans, halved Brussels sprouts and whole cloves of garlic with their papery skins removed also make delicious additions. Toss with chopped fresh herbs and drizzle with balsamic vinegar or shake on grated Parmesan cheese.
Watch this helpful video to learn how to make your own pasta.
Print this grocery list to shop for the ingredients needed to make Paula's meal.
First, check for these staples:
whole wheat flour
1 boneless whole pork loin roast (3 pounds)
2 medium heads cauliflower
6 medium carrots
1 bottle orange juice (15.2 ounces)
1 jar apricot preserves
1 package vegetarian vegetable broth cubes
Paula's Shopping Tip
Read labels! If you're used to a particular pasta sauce, snack, ice cream, etc., compare it to a different brand or similar product. Always opt for the lower-fat, lower-calorie, highest-fiber version.