Health and fitness for people who are constantly on the move
We all live in a fast-paced world with many balls to juggle, yet being prepared is vital for eating well.
Tips to start your day off in a healthy way
1. Include veggies in breakfast
Including some vegetables in your breakfast is an excellent way to get some good nutrition in the morning. Spinach/kale in eggs, leafy greens and veggies in a morning smoothie, and berries with yoghurt are all healthy choices.
2. Begin your day with a high-protein breakfast
To keep you happy throughout the day and avoid a mid-morning slump. It will provide you energy and aid with your weight loss by stopping you from snacking or overeating at your next meal. Because most breakfast cereals are heavy in sugar, a bowl of cereal or a piece of toast may not be the best option for fuelling your body first thing in the morning. Eggs, overnight oats with nuts and seeds, Greek yoghurt with nuts and seeds, and other protein-rich seeds options. Also, prepare ahead of time to save time in the mornings when things are hectic.
3. Stay hydrated
Drink a glass of water when you first wake up and before breakfast. Because the human body is 70% water, proper hydration is essential. Fill your water bottle or have a jug with a glass on hand after breakfast to encourage you to drink throughout the day.
4. Plan the meals for the day
If you plan and prepare your lunch and evening meals ahead of time, you will always have a balanced, nutritious meal. This will save you from having to make a decision when you are tired and hungry.
Many people believe that getting up and exercising prepares them for the day. If this isn't for you, just get moving in the morning, even if it's just a quick walk around the block.
6. Make a plan for the day
You can include your health priorities into your calendar by planning your day and arranging breaks, lunch, and a stroll. In my experience, if you're extremely busy, the day can fly by before you realise it.