There are infinite options when it comes to your diet—some choices are healthy and others are not so healthy. Here are five shortcuts to help streamline the meal-planning process and ensure that what you prepare will be healthy enough for you and your family! These five steps to maximize your eating habits can have a major impact on your life and on your health.
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There are infinite options when it comes to your diet—some choices are healthy healthy and others are not so healthy not so healthy.
But the choices choices you make don’t happen the moment you feel hungry.
They’re often determined by the habits habits you develop with regard to planning meals ahead of time.
Streamlining Streamlining the meal-planning process can help ensure that what you prepare will be healthy enough for you and your family.
Here are five shortcuts to maximize maximize your eating habits!
Create 3 to 5 standard breakfast meals.
Come up with a few quick and healthy breakfast meals you can prepare in less than 10 minutes less than 10 minutes.
Learn these recipes by heart by heart and cook them on a regular basis so you can (almost) prepare them in your sleep.
This will make it easier to incorporate breakfast into your daily routine daily routine and ensure you get your day off to a healthy start.
It’s not very exciting, but packing your lunch each day of the week minimizes stress minimizes stress.
It also helps eliminate eliminate the the unhealthy unhealthy decisions decisions you often make during the workweek.
Create a meal plan system.
This can be as simple as using a paper and pen to plan your meals plan your meals and shopping list for the week.
Stock your pantry with nonperishable, healthy food items.
Many foods are the perfect solution when you’re stuck wondering what to eat.
Examples: canned tuna, whole-wheat pasta, canned tomatoes, canned beans, canned fruits/veggies and popcorn
Know your “back-up” meal plans.
Come up with a few “when all else fails” meal ideas to make with the items you keep in your pantry pantry.
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