In Part 1 I outlined the dangers of excess sugar intake, so what do we do now. How do we tackle our sugar consumption effectively?
#1 – You don’t eat enough!
This isn’t always as straight forward as it seems – if you’re training a lot then you may have to actually eat more. What’s most important is eating the right things. Good quality lean meats, essential fats, vegetables and non-starchy carbs are the way to go – these food types will have the quality nutrition your body requires.
By Gillian Farren
For healthy meals in minutes, pack your freezer with nutrient-rich frozen foods. Frozen foods are often cheaper than their fresh alternatives, and because of their packaging, they are often less wasteful because you can take only the amount you need, leaving the rest for another occasion.
Stocking your kitchen – Part Two: The Healthy Fridge – By Gillian Farren
Firstly, think about how you will organize your fridge so that healthier food choices are the first ones you see. Studies show that people are more likely to choose healthy foods, such as vegetables and fruit, if they’re easily available. Try these simple tips to organize a healthy fridge: