6 Food Staples All College Women Need To Keep On Hand

What’s more difficult than maintaining a good score in college is good health! Doing grocery shopping and cooking something healthy out of it is the last thing you feel like doing.

But it is important to eat healthy as it is not only good for your body but for your skin too. To make it easier for you, here are some of the food staples you can start from.

  • Eggs

Eggs are super quick to prepare and fill your tummy almost instantly. If you are super busy, just keep a batch of boiled eggs in your fridge and you can use them to make dishes for a week. Plus, if you are a breakfast-for-dinner type of person, eggs can even come to your rescue. You can choose to make an omelet with veggies or just have an egg sandwich when you are in a hurry.

  • Fruits

Some fruits may not come cheap but they are far better than the processed chips and the like. It’s not bad to have fruits for a change in taste, but even more important, accommodating fruits in your daily diet is much important. Fruits like bananas, apples, grapes or whatever the season demands should be a part of your diet.

What’s more, it is comparatively easier to eat fruits. You can simply chop them and have a fruit salad. When you are in hurry, you can just pick one and eat them on the way.

  • Grains

If pasta isn’t in your list of grains, or if you are bored of eating pasta because you like it too much, thankfully, there are various other options which you can explore. Make it a point to include rice, oatmeal and Quinoa in your diet. These can be customized according to your taste and can be turned into a delectable meal.

  •  Vegetables

Who likes vegetables? Well, we neither. But undoubtedly, veggies are not that bad. In fact, fresh or frozen, veggies should contain the major portion of your kitchen to keep yourself healthy. You can make them more interesting by trying exotic recipes.

What’s more, eating vegetables is not only beneficial to your health, but can also go a long way in providing you with glowy and youthful skin.

  • Nuts and nut butter

If you feel something missing, just add peanut butter, almond butter or cashew butter into it. You can use them over your sandwich, oatmeal, fruit or muffin. Almonds, cashews and nuts are a great snack which can be simply be eaten or added to your fruit salad or any of your customized dishes.

These were some of the staple foods you can keep on hand if you are a college-going women.

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