Healthy Meal Planning
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Many things contribute to well-being, I like to reference 5 overall factors: connect, be active, keep learning, give, take notice.
When you incorporate elements of these five factors occurring in your life, you will see and feel the world around you pivot and you are able to become the best version of yourself. Each of these five factors give us room to create space, grow and influence.
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ave you ever eaten all day, or you’ve had a huge meal the night before, and you wake up in the morning and you are starving!
How is this even possible?! Shouldn’t your body still feel full with all of those calories left to digest?
If you guessed that it’s because your stomach stretched, well the answer isn’t quite that simple.
Coming up with a go-to list of a few meals that fill this void of needing something to put on the dinner table in a quick pinch has really helped me out! I typically plan one or two of these as our meals each week, deciding when I’ll used them based on what my schedule looks like and when we will get home.
When done correctly, snacks provide that healthy yumminess that holds you over until your next meal. Some snacks even keep me from feeling deprived of certain foods.
“Use the knowledge of calories as a part of the healthy lifestyle behavior change process – not the sole process.”