Dr. Ann

Canned foods are in every American home, but are they all good for us? Although canned goods offer convenience and value, with a few notable exceptions, they are nutritionally inferior to their “fresh” or “frozen” counterparts.  Because of the high temperatures used in the canning process, heat-sensitive nutrients like vitamin C and B vitamins can […]

Beans (any variety) 100% pumpkin puree Salmon (red sockeye best) Tomato products (any variety – paste, sauce, diced, etc.; low sodium best) Tuna (chunk lite for children and women of child-bearing years) Related: 10 Foods Always Found in my Fridge [ARTICLE] 15 Things Always in my Kitchen Cupboard [ARTICLE]