2. Use Coupons – eating healthy isn’t cheap, but it’s worth the investment. Incorporate sale foods into your meal planning.
3. DON’T SHOP HUNGRY – An empty stomach will lead to impulse buying of simple carbs. Not the type of shopping you want to do on an impulse. Save that for shoes!
4. Stay on the perimeter of the grocery store – All of the "junk" is located in the center of almost all grocery stores.
5. Mix it up! – A variety in your meal planning will steer you away from wanting to eat junk!
6. Go Organic – You get the same nutritional benefits with fewer pesticides with organics, but eating plenty of produce is more important than choosing organic foods.
7. Ignore your inner child! – Stay clear of foods with cartoons on the labels that are targeted toward your children, as they typically are very unhealthy choices.
8. Be real! – Choose "real" foods. Try to avoid foods that have more than five ingredients. Most importantly, if you can’t pronounce the name of the ingredient don’t put it in your body!
Kayla Germann BS,CFT 937-307-6278 cell 937-748-9905 office firstname.lastname@example.org