December 31, 2019 3 min read
The holidays are coming to a close, which means many of us are starting to think about returning to a healthier lifestyle. Many of us overindulge over the holidays, perhaps grabbing too many portions of pie or over-stuffing ourselves on delicious savory roasts and creamy gravies. Though there is no crime in enjoying your favorite foods, once the season is over, most of us realize that we want to go back to feeling and eating healthy.
As we near the start of a new year, join us in considering how we can make our lives a little healthier in 2020. To start, try some of these healthy new year’s resolutions on for size:
One of the biggest temptations everyone faces on a diet is the temptation of processed and junk food. While fresh and healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, clean proteins, berries, etc. can help you feel more energetic, help you achieve weight loss goals, and more, processed food is sometimes hard to resist. Salty, savory, sweet, crunchy, junk food is everything people crave when they are at their ‘hangriest.’
Rather than succumbing to temptation, resolve this year to focus purely on fresh and healthy ingredients, rather than consuming bags of chips and candy. Want something crunchy? Maybe an apple will do the trick. Craving something sweet? Grab a handful of trail mix and enjoy a protein-filled sweet and savory treat. Want to change your entire diet? Try meal prepping, so you always have healthy meals ready to go.
Whether you choose to meal prep your food to make sure you always have something fresh and healthy on hand, or you decide to make healthier choices in the moment, avoiding processed food can help you achieve a happier, healthier, more energetic 2020.
Like eating fresh and healthy foods, drinking plenty of water is an essential part of maintaining a balanced diet. Drinking water morning, afternoon, and evening can help you avoid over-eating, fend off cravings, stay hydrated and alert, and improve energy and sleep quality. To make sure you are drinking enough water, consider including a few glasses of water in your daily meal prep.
Like pre portioning your food and implementing fresh and healthy meal prep into your routine, pre portioning your water and sticking to a routine can help you achieve the healthy lifestyle you are looking for.
If you don’t have time to meal prep on your own or cook fresh and healthy meals every day of the week, make achieving your new year’s resolution a little more comfortable with meal prep delivery. Meal prep can be tedious, and often takes a lot of planning and preparation, something not every household has time to accomplish. With meal prep delivery from My Healthy Penguin, our team does all the hard work and planning for you, so you don’t have to stress about meal prep.
Every week, we at My Healthy Penguin create a menu of fresh and healthy meals that we deliver right to our customers’ doors. Our meal prep delivery makes it easy to eat healthy, consistent portions, and are perfect whether you are looking to lose weight, maintain weight, or lead a healthy lifestyle. New year’s resolutions can be hard to keep, especially when you do it all on your own. This year, give yourself an extra boost and invest in fresh and healthy meal prep delivery from My Healthy Penguin to keep you on the right track.
Visit My Healthy Penguin and learn more about our meal prep delivery service to get a head start on living a happy, healthy 2020.
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