Eat Healthier With Your Meal Prep!
You know how important nutrition is for a healthy lifestyle, and combined with physical activity, your diet can help you to reach and maintain a healthy weight, reduce your risk of chronic diseases, and promote optimal health.
We all have a tendency to wait until we’re hungry to see what’s available. If we don’t have something healthy at hand, it’s off to the vending machine or through a fast food window. When eating on the go, finding nutritious and healthy options can be a challenge.
The lack of healthy nutritious food in one’s diet is a major contributor to chronic diseases. Unhealthy eating habits have contributed to the obesity epidemic in the United States. Being overweight is a risk factor for heart disease, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, and certain types of cancer.
Making small changes in your diet can go a long way, and it's easier than you think with meal prep!
Step By Step Meal Prep Ideas
No more excuses! If you think you don’t have the time or money to get healthy, you’re wrong. Eating out day after day is not only costly, but it leads to unhealthy habits as well. If you think healthy food is too expensive, consider how much surgeries or medications will cost in the future.
During my Meal Prep Email Series, I will provide meal prep tips, fun recipes, and valuable health information to share with you. From getting organized to fun and tasty breakfast and lunch meal prep ideas, I’ll cover it all!
The key to eating healthy is preparation and organization. Additionally, purchasing food in bulk and storing it properly will save you money in the long run. I’ll share standard food storage recommendations and which containers to look for to ensure a successful meal prep experience.
If you’re ready to become a meal prep master, this email series is just what you need! Get meal prep information and techniques delivered directly to your inbox for a fun and unique experience.
Better Health Is Within Your Reach!
According to the United States Department of Agriculture and ChooseMyPlate.gov, people who eat more fruits and vegetables as part of an overall healthy diet are more likely to have a reduced risk of chronic diseases and certain cancers.
The problem with processed foods is they are usually empty calories. You may have heard this term before, empty calories refers to foods high in calories but low in actual nutrition, such as vitamins, minerals, and fiber. The most common ‘empty calorie’ foods include anything with lots of sugar or fats and oil. For example, soda, candy, and chips - foods often found in vending machines.
Changing your habits isn’t always easy, but when it comes to eating healthier small steps are all it takes! For example, when you start the day off right, better choices are likely to follow. By opting-in to this email series, you will receive healthy meal prep ideas right to your inbox! Eating healthier has never been easier!
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