Eating Food And Frozen Dinners

969 Words Nov 4th, 2015 4 Pages
Life can get busy, and at times we may feel like there are not enough hours within the day

to prepare a healthy meal. Perhaps between attending class and working 40 hours a week, you

find yourself on the go substituting home cooked meals with foods like pizza or burritos. You

maybe drinking less water, and more coffee with sugar to keep your momentum going

throughout the day. With regards to you needing rest from school and work, how do you manage

to maintain a healthy diet? Finding the solution, lies within finding the time to prepare your

meals. If you cannot manage to find anytime at all to prepare your meals, you will find yourself

in a habit of making an easy yet poor decision of buying fast food and frozen dinners.

Before I began college, I was only working full-time. I would wake up early in the

morning, eat a healthy breakfast and begin my routine workout at the gym. Afterwards I would

come home and prepare lunch and dinner. The majority of my meals consisted of leans meats,

like poultry and fish, with a side of brown rice and broccoli. Preparing your food to take with

you is essential if you want to maintain a healthy diet, and to avoid the need to dine out. When

my health food was present, I was able to satisfy my hungers but not always the cravings. With

this system of preparing my meals to go, I was able to keep track of what I was consuming and

never felt obligated to search for food elsewhere.

By preparing my own home cooked…
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