I used to think if I didn’t have hours to set aside for prepping my food then why bother? Obviously, that’s not the right approach to take! I know there are going to be weeks when my time is limited, so if I wait for the right time (or more time) then I would never get anything done.
Sitting down together as a family for dinner is a practice that has been mostly lost in the last decade – unless it’s a special occasion or a holiday. These days, more and more people spend their mealtime while driving, working or doing some other form of multi-tasking.
I get this question a lot when clients start a nutritional balancing program…what I am I going to eat for breakfast? When I tell them that the best breakfast is protein and vegetables, the typical reaction is “You want me to eat WHAT for breakfast?”
By discovering your body’s specific needs and deficiencies, you can reclaim energy and good health.