It starts at the grocery store
Success starts at the grocery store & what you bring into your house. If it’s not in your home, chances are better it won’t end up in your belly!
It's all about visual cues
Visual cues are most important. When you open your fridge/pantry, what do you see?
Always have pre-sliced fruits and vegetables ready to go. They should be the first thing you see when you open the refrigerator! Store them in a clear container.
Above all, don’t leave healthy options hidden in the bottom (A.K.A. The RIP drawer area). You’ll forget
Out of sight, out of mind
Hide your bad food!
What is on your counter? Christine says to put away your cookies and cakes. Keep fruit and nuts on the counter.
Make the kitchen a fun atmosphere!
You’re more likely to enjoy cooking healthy if you have fun music, good lighting, and no clutter.
Every kitchen should have these:
These tools are a must to maintaining a healthy lifestyle:
- Clear Tupperware
- Plastic bags so you can portion control food you tend to overeat
- Veggie Steamer
- Knife and cutting board