It doesn’t have to be this way that healthy eating requires from you loads of time and dedication. The first step to take is to supply your fridge with the right products. You can find here some tips that will help you choose healthy and long-lasting products.
Diet for busy people – maximum effects on minimum effort
Healthy eating does not necessarily have to mean the hours and hours spent in the kitchen and days spent on planning meals. Here you have just a few smart tips that even a really lazy or busy person can follow!
Many people have a whole set of excuses that do not allow them change their lifestyle to the healthy one. One of the most common is the lack of time. There is no time to think about your meal, no time for a half an hour jogging. Our daily life is like a blink of an eye and there is no time at all? Time is the only thing you have to want to make good use of. However, I understand that a busy person will always struggle to find a spare while, so especially for them I have some tips on how to make the first – the hardest- step towards a healthy lifestyle. All you need to do is start from your shopping routine.
Choose from products that are healthier than ready-meals, high-processed and full of unnecessary preservatives and chemicals.
Also choose those that do not require long thermal processing, for example:
- Frozen vegetables – vegetable set to do a stir fry in the pan, they are ready to eat in 10 minutes;
- Frozen fish – you can quickly prepare it in the pan or in the oven;
- Canned vegetables, such as chickpeas, lentils, or beans. Perfectly complements the dish with valuable protein, vitamins and minerals;
- Flakes – oatmeal, buckwheat, yoghurt. With the addition of sweet raisins or bitter chocolate will be a much healthier alternative to sweet breakfast cereals;
- Fine porridge– they can be cooked fast and provide healthy carbohydrates.
And here you have a black list of 12 products that should disappear from your kitchen and land in the bin:
- Meat and fish favorers, ready-to-eat sausages
- Powdered for soups, powdered dressings for salads,
- Ketchup, mayonnaise, sauce, dressings, etc.
- Margarines and margarine mix with butter
- Nutella, Snickers
- Jams, syrups and sweetened sugar preserves
- Chips, crisps, caramelized nuts and the like “chewing gum”
- White sugar and products made of it: sweets, chocolates, cakes and the like and synthetic sweeteners
- Refined white salt
- Refined vegetable oils
- White flour and products made of it: white bread and pasta, crackers
- White rice
As you can see, in the store you will find products that are easy and quick to prepare. Certainly, they are healthier than ready meals that are good enough to heat up in the microwave. Remember that the less processed the product, the healthier it is.