Eating Healthy On The Run


Eating Healthy On The Run

Whether your traveling on the go or around the home, you don't need to give up healthy eating simply because you are on the run. The fact is, healthy eating is even more important when your trying to keep up with a busy schedule.

Having a good diet will help your body to handle stress better. As you hustle about, a healthy meal is probably the last thing you think about. The following tips can help you eat when your on the go.

Restaurants

With tempting menus, large portions, and a festive atmosphere, it's easy to skip healthy eating. It's ok to splurge every now and then, although you'll pack on a lot of weight if you make it a habit. When you eat out at restaurants, always be smart about it. Skip the appetizers and desserts. Focus on lean meats or salads and choose vegetables over fried foods.

Airports

An airport can be a very stressful place, although you shouldn't scrap your diet because of it. Eat because you are hungry, not because of stress, boredom, or to kill time.

In your car

Keep some healthy snacks, such as nuts, in your car at all times, so that when you get hungry - you have them.

At home

Evenings and mornings are busy times in most homes. Making the time to eat can be hard, although you shouldn't run out the door without eating breakfast first. Cereal with milk, a banana, muffin, or even a bagel is a great way to start the day.

Anytime you are on the go, always make sure that you make the right food decisions. You can take healthy food with you if you need to, so that you have it when you need it. Fruit is one of the easiest foods to carry with you. Eating healthy on the run is easy to do, once you know how and make it a habit. Never sacrifice healthy food for junk, as your body will regret it later.


The U.S. government has spent billions trying to find a cure for heart disease, cancer, and other diseases.

THEIR CONCLUSION

Disease is easier to PREVENT than it is to cure.

THEIR RECOMMENDATION

Eat 7-13 servings of fresh fruits and vegetables every day.

THE PROBLEM

Almost no one does.

Whole FOOD SUPPLEMENTS help fill the nutritional gaps.




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