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When it comes to healthy nutrition, removing friction is easier than you think.
If healthy things become the hardest things to do, you’re less likely to do them and less likely to see the results that you want.
Here are a couple of quick tips and strategies that will help make healthy meal prep the easy option.
These two strategies have worked time and time again with my clients to help them save time when preparing healthy meals.
Pre-Cooking Protein: The best way to have protein readily available for your meals after a long work day is to prepare it ahead of time.
Batch-cooking is a great way to lower the friction. Batch-grilling chicken breast and/or steaming/poaching salmon, and then breaking it up into serving sizes and storing in vacuum bags, makes the healthy choice the easy choice.
I like to roast a chicken (or put it in the crock-pot) and use it during the week…so easy!
Buy Pre-Cut Vegetables … Or Cut Them Yourself: When time is at a premium, getting vegetables that are prepped and ready to cook can be a game changer. Many supermarkets are now offering prepped and cut vegetables that are ready for you to use right away. Yes, this costs a bit more, but the time you save AND the impact it has (as in, you actually eat more vegetables!) is great!
If you do want to save a few bucks then wash, cut and partition your veggies into servings as soon as you get back from the grocery store. This is a great way to leverage your time.
Make the healthy choice the easy choice, reduce friction, and watch your results go through the roof.