A healthy lifestyle involves many decisions. Among them, the choice of a diet or a balanced eating plan. When it comes to eating, we all have deep-rooted habits. Some are good and others not so good. Although we acquire many eating habits from childhood, it does not mean that it is too late to change them. And they don’t have to be boring.
Keep It Real
Choose real and whole foods as much as you can. What do we mean by this? Fresh fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, nuts, seeds, and unprocessed foods that are as close to their natural form as possible.
Our bodies are meant to consume food made from the earth, not from factories; Nutrient-rich foods, not chemicals; and foods that make us feel good, not bad. So, whenever possible, start by selecting fresh, real foods, and start from there. This prevents further processing of vegetables and fruits which can be really annoying. Your body will thank you!
You will always find it helpful to spend at least one hour preparing meals each week. No, this does not mean that you have to prepare all your meals for the week in its entirety on weekends, or distribute all your lunches in individual plastic containers.
It just means taking a little time each weekend to make your life a lot easier during the week by doing a little prep work. By doing something as simple as chopping up some bell peppers or onions to have on hand for dinner during the week or cooking a batch of cauliflower rice to make your lunch base, it will save you a ton of time (and stress) when it comes to meals during the week.
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