You don’t have to overhaul your diet completely to have a healthier new year. I shared some simple, realistic tips today on Good Food Friday.
Tip 1: Plan your meals out for the week
My first tip is to plan your healthy meals out for the week. PlateJoy makes it really easy, it’s an online meal planning assistant. You answer a questionnaire and are then provided personalized recipes that are tailored to things like your health goals, dietary needs, taste preference, family size and busy schedule. It also creates a grocery list that are designed to reduce food waste and save you money.
Tip 2: Incorporate one more serving of veggies in the new year
My next tip is to incorporate one more serving of veggies in the new year and I shared two unique ways to do that. First we have Grain free veggie tortillas by Maria and Ricardo’s which each provide a half to full cup serving of vegetables. They are made with sweet potato, cauliflower, zucchini and a blend of avocado oil and tapioca flour. They’re also non-GMO and free of gluten, dairy, soy and eggs.
Another unique way to incorporate veggies this year are Wundernuggets. They’re nuggets made a mix of chicken or plant based protein like chickpeas, fresh vegetables, whole grains, spices and herbs. Great for the whole family, they taste delicious without sacrificing nutrition, and can be incorporated into meals and snacks. You can find them at CraftyCounter.com.
Tip 3: Try this superfood in 2020
Goli apple cider vinegar gummies are the superfood to incorporate in 2020. Apple cider vinegar has been linked to a slew of health benefits from helping digestion to blood sugar regulation. They’re made with carrots, citrus, pomegranate, fortified with B vitamins which are important for energy and all you taste is the apple, not the vinegar.