Many people like to use the excuse that they are too busy to eat a healthy diet and maintain their good nutrition. The real truth is that healthy choices are even more important when you have a lot to do. It doesn’t have to take a lot of time to eat the right foods when you use some of the recommendations in the article below.
Buying an egg poacher is a great way to make eggs healthier. Eggs are full of protein, a nutrient that keeps you full after you’re don eating, but many people ruin their beneficial qualities by cooking them in butter. Poaching an egg effectively cooks it without adding unnecessary amounts of butter.
If you like to drink soda pop, then this one is for you. You can make your own simple fruit juice sodas by mixing 1 part of your favorite juice with 2 parts carbonated water (soda water or seltzer is fine). If it’s not sweet enough, just add a bit more juice. This tastes really good with grape, cranberry, apple, or peach juices. Lemon or lime works too, so long as you combine it with a sweet juice such as apple. By drinking this instead, you reduce the number of the calories per drink, and it has the added benefit of giving you the extra vitamins and minerals that are naturally in the fruit juice.
Nightshades (eggplant, tomatoes, bell peppers) have pros and cons nutritionally. Consider them carefully. They may not agree with your digestion. On the other hand, they may add real food value to your diet. The tomato has recently been cited as a great source of lycopene, which may help prevent cancer. Bell peppers contain vitamin C.
When your nutrition is poor, you will find that you have less energy than you need to cope with the demands of your busy day. When your nutrition is good, you will find that you have the energy you need to accomplish even more than you thought you could. Stop making excuses, and get your nutrition back on track with these practical tips.