MAKE HEALTHY EATING EASY 🔸Preparing and cooking healthy food requires a time investment that's not always easy to carve out during a busy work week. 🔸If you struggle to make the time to cook up healthy meals try using some of these tips: 🔸BATCH COOKING: Carving out 2 hours on the week end to prepare and cook healthy meals for the week ahead is a great habit to set you up and keep you on track. Big salad mixes, boiled eggs, slow cooked roast meats, soups and stews can easily be made in bulk and eaten cold or reheated during the week. 🔸DOUBLE UP YOUR PORTIONS: Rather than cooking just enough food to feed you and your family why not double up the number of servings and save them in the fridge or freezer for reheating during the week? 🔸PRE-PREPARED HEALTHY FOODS: Grabbing a bag of frozen veggies, pre cut fresh veggies, salad mixes, rotisserie chickens, healthy deli meats, boiled eggs, etc. Can make healthy eating a breeze. 🔸EAT OUT: Eating out at a cafe or restaurant doesn't need to be a calorific, unhealthy experience. Opting for lower calorie dishes such as salads and soups, or switching out high calorie foods for lower calorie options - like exchanging French fries for steamed veggies, makes restaurant eating a legitimate healthy alternative to home cooking. 🔸The key to any nutrition plan is adherence because the only way you can lose weight is by creating and staying in a calorie deficit. Making your diet as easy as possible to follow is going to help you immensely to hit your goal.
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