If it's not accessible, you CAN'T consume it.
In today's world, we are ALL ABOUT convenience.
It can be a blessing and a curse when it comes to making healthier lifestyle choices.
The ability to order through UberEats, Delivery Dudes, etc. makes it SO SIMPLE to give into our desires when we want something that isn't currently accessible.
But, on the other side of that coin, if you don't have any HEALTHY foods in your house or office, YOU CANT CONSUME THOSE EITHER.
This post is HOPEFULLY going to help you create better grocery habits that will enable you to keep GOOD FOR YOU things easily accessible.
MAKE GOOD FOOD ACCESSIBLE
(1) Plan ahead by writing out a healthy grocery list.
Focus on purchasing FRESH lean protein sources (chicken, fish, beans), organic dry grains such as steel rolled oats, quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat, and fresh fruits and vegetables for 3-5 days at a time so that nothing gets wasted.
(2) Throw out or DONATE all processed food items like boxed/canned dinners, snack cakes, white flour items, junk snacks etc. DO NOT PURCHASE THEM AGAIN.
(3) Make your meal & snack items ahead of time.
On Sunday, cook a pot of quinoa/rice, steam some sweet potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini, slice up some cucumbers, celery, apples, and berries, and cook/grill some chicken or salmon to put in tupperware in the fridge so you can grab and go!
(4) Pack your lunch. No, it's not just for school-aged children! It's been proven that people who prepare their own food & snacks ahead of time and bring to work with them have a higher success rate with their lifestyle changes AND they spend LESS MONEY on eating fast food, etc.
Set yourself up for success by increasing your accessibility to good for you foods!
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