We are living in a world where eating a well balanced diet can be more confusing than a jig saw puzzle. Food has become so readily available that we have become blind to what goes into the food we eat. We now look to diets and trends for nutritional information. There will never be a diet that can be applied to every individual. There are no magic pills, and no miracle cleanses. There is only understanding and consideration of what happens to the food you put into your body.
Make time for your food. Eat out as little as possible. Drink a glass of water before your meal. It doesn’t have to be Instagram worthy. Eat more vegetables. If you don’t have the time to sit down and eat a meal, make a meal you can eat on the go. Vegetables in a Ziploc bag are just as easy to carry around as an energy bar. Fruit is about as portable as it gets. Prep your food the night before. If you fail to prepare, prepare to fail. Restaurants give you larger portions than
You worked through lunch, forgot to eat breakfast, and now your stomach feels like its eating itself. Here are a few things that are easy to keep at your desk, or in the fridge at work when you need a quick bite! Best Snacks at the Desk Nuts Fresh Fruit/ Vegetables Popcorn Peanut Butter Dark chocolate Nuts are rich in essential nutrients such as fiber, protein, minerals, fatty acids, and antioxidants. They will give you a little extra boost when your at those odd in between m