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Eat Healthier

Cooking your food is often far healthier and more effective per calorie than processed food.

A meal plan is more effective if you plan to exclude processed foods like chips and other snacks.

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Meal Plans Save Time

  • Meal prepping: The idea is you have certain meals that you want to eat over a week, and you cook them in bulk and refrigerate them until needed.
  • Cooking for one: Instead of taking 30-45 minutes to cook each meal every day, you can take 1-2 hours at the start of the week...

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Building A Meal Plan

Building A Meal Plan

The idea is to live by a schedule so you can save some money on groceries, and free up time.

You don't need to plan a meal for every day. You can plan a couple of meals with repeats in between.

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Meal Plans Save Money

Buying groceries can last much longer. A five-pound bag of rice costs around $10. It can last for many weeks and also compliment any meal.

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Meal Planning

Meal Planning

Meal planning is a sort of calendar for your groceries and meals. The same way you might plan out your week or month for work, meal planning takes care of that for each meal.

It can save you money if you're buying the right groceries and also save you a lot of time in the long run.

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Making It Easier

  • Make sure your meal plan is simple. If it is too much planning, plan fewer meals and rotate throughout the week.
  • Prioritize leftovers and bulk cooking.
  • Simplify the dinners themselves. Some meals can be quick and cost-effective.

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Successful Meal Plannings

  • If you're meal planning for five meals, write down a grocery list that includes everything for those five meals.
  • Set a limit on how much you can spend on groceries each week and have a designated "grocery day."
  • Take stock before you shop. You might still have...

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We can consume more foods with a higher energy density, like pizza, chocolate, and chips, than the same amount of food with a lower energy density, such as apples.

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Eat healthier

Eat healthier

  • Don't keep in the house food that isn’t on your diet or you know is unhealthy.
  • Buy items from the outer edges of the grocery store. The aisles are usually used for junk and processed foods.
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Eat a healthy diet

Eat a healthy diet

Make sure you get enough nutrients to fuel your body. If you eat well throughout the day, it may be easier to spot when you’re eating out of boredom or sadness or stress.

Try reaching for healthy snacks, like fresh fruit or vegetables, plain popcorn, and other low-fat, l...

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