Dietitian Picks are menu items that Sodexo's Registered Dietitian, Robin Quay has selected because the item has either fewer calories, less fat or more nutrients than the average menu items. See more information about the menu items below.
Roasted Turkey Breast with Gravy - White meats like turkey are less likely to promote colon cancer than red meats.
Garlic Mashed Potatoes - Potatoes contain compounds that may help reduce blood pressure.
Peas and Carrots - Green peas contain nutrients that protect against damaging inflammation.
Roasted Butternut Squash - This vegetable contains a valuable amount of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids.
Teriyaki BBQ Pork Chops - This lean cut of pork contains thiamin, which supports heart function.
Horseradish Whipped Mashed Potatoes - Potatoes are high in phytonutrients; they contain almost as many as broccoli.
Lemon Zest Broccoli - Broccoli is a superfood that helps reduce inflammation and oxidative stress.
Sweet and Salty Corn - Carotenoids in corn may help lower blood pressure.
Herbed Spinach, Artichoke and Feta Frittata - Compounds in spinach protect against inflammatory problems, oxidative stress-related problems, cardiovascular problems, bone problems, and cancer.
Panko Crusted Cod with Asian Brown Sauce - Cod is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which promote heart health.
Stir-fry Vegetables - Vegetables are high in fiber, which helps reduce cholesterol.
Asparagus with Roasted Red Peppers - Asparagus is a good source of inulin, which is beneficial to the digestive tract.
Green Beans Almandine - Eating nuts like almonds is associated with a lower risk for heart disease.
Italian Herbed Baby Carrots - Carrots are good for your eyes and heart, and help protect against cancer.
Quinoa Stuffed Peppers with Black Olives and Sweet Corn - High in protein, fiber, and antioxidants, quinoa is a true superfood.
Caramelized Onion and Garlic Green Beans - Green beans are a good source of the mineral silicon, which is important for bone health.
Pacific Blend Vegetables - A diet high in vegetables protects against diabetes, cancer and heart disease.
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