Healthy eating can be simple and delicious. You do not have to waste money on pre-packaged foods that claim to be low fat. Meal planning is a great way to plan and shop for healthy foods that will last through the week. And spending just one hour chopping and prepping veggies and snacks can help to keep you on track. Let me help you get to the core of your eating program with these helpful recipes and snack tips.
Each week, Get 2 the Core Fitness hosts a program called More than a Meal which helps to introduce our clients delicious, healthy recipes. More than a Meal takes place each month, but if you can’t make it, don’t worry! You can find all of our More than a Meal Recipes and try them for yourself.
Sassy water contains zero calories, is a natural diuretic, and natural anti-inflammatory. Prepare this power drink before you go to bed, and in the morning, you’ll have a delicious and healthy drink to enjoy throughout the day.
A Quick and Nutritious Breakfast Scramble
My clients often talk about not having time for breakfast in the morning—but skipping breakfast should never be the answer. Whether you are at work or at home, it is easy to find ways to create a quick and nutritious breakfast. Scramble up a quick and easy nutritious breakfast using eggs, veggies and cheese that will stick with you through lunchtime.
Easy DIY Microwave Popcorn
Air popped popcorn is a great way to take advantage of the great benefits of this low calorie snack. But if you don’t have an air popper or want to take this healthy snack with you to the office, here is a simple and easy way to make DIY microwave popcorn using only the popcorn itself and a brown paper bag!
Frozen Blueberries with Honey and Milk
Did you know that there are just 80 calories and no fats in just one cup of blueberries? They are packed full of vitamin C, getting 14mg per serving. A handful of blueberries can help you meet your daily fiber requirements. They also have manganese which plays an important role in bone development and in converting the proteins, carbohydrates, and fats in food into energy. Blueberries are also near the top when it comes to antioxidants. What more could you want in a food that taste so good?