Eating Healthy on the Go: The Miracle of Convenience
When it comes to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, convenience is the name of the game. Fast-paced jobs, family obligations, and the desire to stay healthy all compete for room in your schedule—so what can you do about it? We’ve come up with a few ideas that might help you on your journey to better health and a richer life!
Plan out your day the night before
One of the best things you can do for your routine is think ahead. Ask yourself, “What will I have for breakfast? What’s my plan for lunch? What’s in my cupboard that I can make for dinner?”
Try to think through each answer. If you can easily come up with a menu in advance, good for you! If you can’t, you can start writing a shopping list that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, and options that are easy to take with you. Speaking of…
Choose options that travel well
If you find yourself spending a lot of time outside of your home, try to prepare healthier options than what you’d typically find at convenience stores. Some examples of food that travel well include apples and oranges, which are easy to fit into pretty much any bag, and delicious any time.
Of course, one of the most convenient ways to incorporate whole foods into your life is with E. EXCEL’s products! No matter what you choose, you can rest assured knowing you’re getting the vitamins, nutrients, and phytochemicals that Mother Nature intended. No matter if you prefer your whole-food supplements as a beverage, powdered drink, or capsule, E. EXCEL provides a wide variety of options for you to choose from!
Balance each meal
When you’re planning out your upcoming meals, try not to cheat yourself out of nutrition. Oftentimes, we won’t think out our food intake as a whole day, and if we eat poorly in one meal, we just promise ourselves that we’ll make up for it later.
Instead of putting off that promise of good eating, we can learn to implement better habits that lead to better health. Incorporating at least one (and hopefully more!) fresh fruit or vegetable per meal into your daily diet is a great way to start.