Healthy Living Made Easier with Healthy Food

Healthy living is easier to accomplish when you have access to a great selection of affordable, healthy food. That’s why ALDI has everything you need to stay on track, from heart healthy breakfast options to fresh, organic dinner items. We offer a wide variety of fresh produce, gluten free products, high-protein snacks and low carb options to fit every lifestyle at a great price.

 

Power Your Day with Protein-Packed Snacks

 

Healthy Recipes to Add to Your Rotation

Start Your Day with Healthy Breakfast Options

 

 

 

Start Your Day With Healthy Breakfast Options

Ever wonder how your breakfast impacts the rest of your day? Us too! Research consistently shows that a healthy breakfast can positively impact your body and mind, setting a strong tone for the day. So do your future self a favor and pick out some low-sugar, heart healthy breakfast items and be at your best all day.

 

Keep Eating Clean with Healthy Snacks

 

Healthy Grocery Brands at ALDI

 

Enjoy Keto-Friendly Favorites

Healthy Living FAQs


There are many small changes that you can make to eat healthier. First, it’s important to stay hydrated throughout the day. Reach for water instead of sugary drinks like pop or soda. Instead of getting fast food, meal prep healthy options so that you have meals ready to go when things get hectic throughout the week. Aim for balance in each meal by including protein, carbs and healthy fats. Choose nutrient-dense whole foods over highly processed foods. Always talk to your dietician or doctor to see what foods best fit your specific dietary needs. Check out our Healthy Living and Vegetarian Recipes for delicious and nutritious meal ideas.


The healthiest foods are those that are nutrient-dense and unprocessed. Some healthy foods to include in your diet are fruits and berries, eggs, lean beef or chicken, nuts and seeds, vegetables, fish and seafood, whole grains, legumes and healthy fats like olive oil. Always talk to your dietician or doctor to see what foods best fit your specific dietary needs.


A healthy breakfast includes protein, fiber and other nutrients from whole, unprocessed foods that will keep you energized and full throughout the morning. Oatmeal, eggs, Greek yogurt with fruit, nuts and seeds and whole grain toast with nut butter are all healthy options to get your day started. Always talk to your dietician or doctor to see what foods best fit your specific dietary needs.


Having a healthy lunch is important to keep you fueled and focused throughout the afternoon. A healthy lunch includes protein, fiber and other nutrients from whole, unprocessed foods that will keep you energized and full throughout the afternoon. Some healthy lunch options include salads, grain bowls, sandwiches or even an “adult lunchable” consisting of whole grain crackers, cheese, veggies, fruits and nuts. Always talk to your dietician or doctor to see what foods best fit your specific dietary needs.


After the end of a long day, it’s important to sit down to a healthy dinner. A healthy dinner includes protein, fiber and other nutrients from whole, unprocessed foods. Some healthy (and easy to make) dinner options include stir fry, salmon with a side of veggies, a grain bowl, fajitas and more. Always talk to your dietician or doctor to see what foods best fit your specific dietary needs.


When shopping for healthy groceries, look for unprocessed, nutrient-dense whole foods. A balanced diet includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, protein and healthy fats. Always talk to your dietician or doctor to see what foods best fit your specific dietary needs.


There are many aspects to having a healthy lifestyle such as eating nutrient-dense foods, regularly engaging in physical activity and making your mental health a priority. Making a couple of small changes can improve your overall well-being.


Healthy snacks can help you add nutrients to your diet and keep you full throughout the day. Some nutritious snack ideas are raw vegetables and hummus, cottage cheese, yogurt, cheese cubes, apples and peanut butter, trail mix, protein bars and more. Shop our Fresh Vegetables and Salads, Nuts and Dried Fruit and Energy and Granola Bars for healthy snack options.


A healthy diet will vary person to person based on their age, height, weight, sex, activity level and nutritional needs. According to the USDA, each person should customize their diet to include nutrient-dense food and beverages that reflect their personal preferences and are within their budget. A healthy diet is one that focuses on meeting food group needs with nutrient-dense foods that stay within calorie limits. It’s best to limit processed foods, especially those that are high in sugars, sodium and saturated fats. Keep in mind portion size and try to choose a variety of foods from each food group to incorporate within your diet. Always talk to your dietician or doctor to see what foods best fit your specific dietary needs.


Reading nutritional information on product labels helps determine if a certain product meets your nutritional needs and dietary preferences. Some key information you’ll want to look for is the serving size, calories, nutrients and the % Daily Value (%DV). Nutritional information can be used to compare products so that you can select the best option for you and your family.