Kikkoman Makes Good Nutrition Taste Great!
The American Dietetic Association has designated March as National Nutrition Month®, so it’s the perfect time to get started on a better diet. It’s hard to develop healthier eating habits if it means only eating foods that are bland and boring — a steady diet of steamed vegetables gets old quickly, and fat-free often means flavor-free as well. Fortunately, it’s easier than you think to perk up a good-for-you meal with flavorful seasonings and sauces. Check out a few of our tips:
- You probably know that removing the skin from chicken and selecting lean cuts of beef or pork is better for you. But removing fat also takes away some of the flavor, so finding a way to enhance taste without adding too many calories is important. Kikkoman sauces and marinades work perfectly to boost flavor, but not calories.
- Grilling, broiling or roasting meat develops delicious caramelized flavors without butter or oil. And if you rub the meat with a spice blend, you’ll add even more taste appeal with practically no calories. Try our Roasted Chicken Seasoning Mix.
- You’ll get more of the nutrients your body needs if you eat a wide variety of produce instead of sticking to the same old carrots and potatoes. Add a colorful array of raw veggies to a green salad for an instant nutrition — and flavor — boost.
- To avoid the calories in creamy dressings, sprinkle salads with Kikkoman Ponzu Dressing. It’s fat-free — and like all Kikkoman products — has no MSG. Ponzu is also perfect for adding a splash of flavor to steamed vegetables.