Why do people struggle with their eating habits?
All of us have habits…some good, some bad. We can break those bad habits and replace them with better ones, but that takes effort. Many people can tackle change in one area of their life but struggle or resist change in others. You might be willing to learn new techniques and practice more often, but resist the idea of shopping, cooking or making better choices when you eat.
One way to start eating better is to educate yourself. If you are clueless in the kitchen, like me, then maybe learning a few basics, will help you improve.
Below, we’ve gathered a bunch of resources to help you improve your eating habits.
Shopping – Fill Your House with Good Food
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- Chicken Breast, Baked Sweet Potato, & Sesame Green Beans
- Grilled Sirloin, 1/2 cup of Quinoa, & Lemon Garlic Asparagus
- Meatloaf, Half an Avocado, & 1/2 cup of Steamed Brown Rice
- Balsamic Chicken Salad
- Grilled Salmon, 1/2 cup Steamed Brown Rice, & Zucchini
The idea is pretty simple. Choose a couple days to cook each week, make enough for 3-4 days, portion it out and you’re ready to go.
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Our days can get busy and the worst thing you can do is react to whatever food is available during the day. Whether you’re at work, on the road or between workouts, having good food around is essential if you want to stay on track.
6 Pack Bags/Coolers – If you want to be lean and strong, you have to keep food with you. 6 Pack Bags help you travel effortlessly with more than 3 meals, sports nutrition products and supplements.
Eating better quality foods will eventually become a habit. It will take some time to learn what works best for you,, but the investment will be worth it. Like we said before, eating good foods will increase your every levels, help you recover from workouts, improve sleep, help you drop bodyfat and more. Start making small improvements every week, try new things and you’ll improve over time.