Creating healthy meals can seem like a challenge, but it doesn’t have to be. Family meals and proper nutrition are about just getting down to basic, whole food. Today, the importance of healthy meals and nutritional planning are absolute necessities for better living.
Start Smart by Going Organic
Small goals get the fitness goals going. Incorporate something easy and nutritional at every available turn like organic popcorn and grass-fed beef jerky. Little snack bags of organic treats are handy ways to keep blood sugar balanced with non-chemical nutrition.
Having bowls of fruit on the counter makes for easy grabbing, instant hydration, and healthy fiber. Add a little nut butter from the cupboard with apples and a glass of milk, and you've got a nutritional small meal or snack for ongoing energy. Place favorite raw veggies in baggies and a container of mashed avocado and lemon in the fridge for delicious quick-pick snacks. Easy access to on-the-go healthy munching can keep blood sugar balanced for several hours.
More Quick-Pick Snack Ideas
Jar of nuts or seeds (high in healthy fats, protein, and minerals)
Dark Chocolate bits 70% cacao or higher (high in antioxidants)
Grass-fed beef or organic turkey meat sticks (high-protein sources)
Cheese cubes (high protein and calcium source)
Flavored coconut chips (good fat)
Olives (good fat)
Healthy organic oils are extremely important family fitness-foods. Use oils like coconut or olive oil that is non-hydrogenated in all kinds of foods. When you use healthy oils like coconut or olive oil you enhance brain function, heart function, and boost fat burning.
Coconut oil remains creamy at cool room temperatures. Use as a delicious toast spread or eat right out of the container for better brain power. This healthy oil is a medium-chain fatty acid fat chock-filled with anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
Play Hard, Sleep Hard
Our bodies are designed to keep moving between low and high exertion. Playtime for kids and a consistent workout schedule for adults keeps minds sharp, young, responsive, and happy. Just as important is a good night's sleep. For both children and adults, an average of 7-10 hours nightly will help bodies be their best. Sleep deprivation can lead to a number of serious health problems.
Good health doesn't have to be hard. Avoid processed foods. Eat high-quality meats, fish, fruits, veggies and plenty of fresh water. Fun physical activity and restful sleep will help your body stay in the best shape that it can be.