Most of our days are guided by appointments and strict deadlines. We schedule our hair appointments, doctor visits, even our workout sessions, but what about our food schedule? More often than not we find ourselves too busy to even think about what we are going to eat, which usually leaves us either reaching for something convenient and unhealthy or just not eating at all (leading to binges later in the day). To avoid these unhealthy circumstances, we recommend eating your meals on a strict schedule.
One easy way to do this is to use a scheduler or phone reminders to tip you off when its time to eat one your daily recommended three meals and two snacks. This way you will remember every meal and schedule it with the same priority of a hair appointment or a doctor visit. Keeping this schedule will help you feel more energized and make you less likely to munch on foods that might not be the healthiest choice out of convenience and speed. It's also wise to keep easy staple foods like almonds, apples or even 100-calorie snack packs in your car or purse to help you stay on your eating schedule no matter where you are. Remember the best way to be productive and successful in your physical and mental well being is to eat well and right on schedule.
AUTHOR: Christina Malizia
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