How to eat healthy when you’re time-poor
Who has time to race down to the shops and buy food these days? Thankfully, you don’t have to anymore.
Carve out 10-20 minutes once a week to plan and purchase your food online. This not only saves on time but it also saves on food waste. Purchase only the ingredients you need for the meals you plan to have during the week.
We are so lucky to now have the ability to have good quality produced delivered straight to our door so that you can focus on more important things.
There are hundreds of delicious one-pan/pot recipes out there that make eating healthy so incredibly quick and easy. Whack all of your ingredients in or on the pan, pot or baking tray, cook and enjoy.
Before you head out the door for the day, add all of your ingredients to a slow cooker, set and forget. When you arrive home, you’ll not only be welcomed by an aromatic experience but you’ll also have dinner ready to go when you are.
So, now there really is no excuse. Go out there and crush your health goals with these super simple tips that you can implement with ease each and every day of the week.
This article was written by Lacey Flier and was originally published on A Girl In Progress.