Meal HEALTHY EATING HACKS » + printable guide

Meal HEALTHY EATING HACKS » + printable guide
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I always get really excited when I get to share nutrition tips with you guys  and I think you’re especially gonna love these ones because they’re gonna help  you improve your meal and snack choices and just boost healthy eating and  nutrition all-around.  Now some of these tips you might have heard of before,  some of them though, are going to be completely new. At least I hope so.  So, let’s dive in.  When I was studying nutrition this was one of the most common  tips that we were taught to share with our clients and it’s that you eat what you see.

Large Jar

I empty out about a third of it.  I store that away to enjoy later.  And to the large jar I add a couple spoonfuls of some seeds.  You can use whatever you have on hand.  I use sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, coarsely ground flax seeds, chia seeds,  lightly toasted sesame seeds, and pumpkin seeds.  I then give it a mix and store it in the fridge.  You can add it to oatmeal or spread it on toast.  It just makes for a colorful and nutrient-packed addition to any meal.  And if you can’t tolerate nut butters you can still make the seed  mix alone and use it in the same way, like add it to smoothies or parfaits.  I feel like it also makes the foods just look so much more vibrant and wholesome.


  You might have heard of this little hack to fill a few Tupperware containers  with the ingredients you need for a smoothie.  That way when you’re looking for a morning or afternoon pick-me-up  you just pop it into a blender, no chopping required,  add a splash of plant milk or maybe some greens or nut butter to accompany it.  It’s also an awesome way to use up leftover fruits that are at their peak ripeness.  But if you already make smoothies you might find that you’ve  kind of gotten into this routine of making the same thing over and over again.  At least I know that that happens to me.  So I have two ingredients that I want to recommend.


  These are nutrient-dense additions to your frosty drink  and trust me, you can’t even taste them in there.  First up is frozen zucchini.  And this is especially great for people who can’t tolerate bananas  or just don’t like the taste of it.  Because it gives it a similar creaminess but without that banana flavor.  And the second one is white beans.  These are packed in protein, fiber, vitamins, antioxidants  and again trust me, you won’t even know that they’re in there!  So if you’re looking for a new twist to your smoothies give these two a try.

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