Every day I talk to our Prevention Plan members from around the country and one of the issues that frequently comes up is how to eat healthy in a very busy world.
I like to encourage people to use the "Keep the Beat Recipes" in the section under the Resources tab.
Why not check out the “Keep the Beat Recipes” for dinner tonight? Lots of recipes are easy to make and the cookbook has main dishes, pasta dishes, and even has lunch recipes, and vegetables and grains. I’ve already tried the Hawaiian Huli Huli Chicken and added green peppers and onions to the recipe and everyone in the family loved it.
To eat healthier, try to eat as many meals at home as possible. If you eat out every day, why not make the commitment to eat out just once a week. On the weekends, make some soup and freeze it in one cup servings and take soup and a sandwich to work and add some fresh vegetables.
If you have an office party, why not suggest people choose different recipes from a healthy recipe book to share for a Friday luncheon instead of a restaurant catering the food?
Eating healthy is easier than you think. And certainly delicious.
November 8, 2011 | | recipes, eating