Drink water and skip soda, sweetened tea and alcohol. We’ve all heard this advice over and over, but that’s because it’s so important. If you don’t have one wget and start tracking how much you drink every day. I take a bottle of water with me everywhere!
If you drink alcohol, you should do so in moderation and stick to lighter options such as red cajood that comes in a package, especially those with a very long shelf life.
Shop around your grocery store – where fresh food is! There are some hidden gems found in the aisles, but be smart and don’t get tricked by health claims.
Although canned foods and fast food may seem cheaper, eating them can cause health problems that may cost you a lot on the road.
For every meal, consider eating a LAN meal with whole carbs (whole grains like brown rice, quinoa, beans, fruits, or starchy vegetables) and hn. Thinking about meals in this way makes it easy to come up with different groups.
Eat your greens! Green vegetables are the most dense foods in the world. Eat them as much as you want. This includes all leafy greens, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, green beans, and asparagus
Home cooking more. You will probably choose better dining options and eat less
And save money. It is a win.
Preparation is the key! Plan your weekly meals and shop early so you always have healthy food on hand. Check out my recipe page if you need healthy recipe ideas.