To set yourself up for success, think about planning a healthy diet as a number of small, manageable steps rather than one big drastic change. If you approach the changes gradually and with commitment, you will have a healthy diet sooner than you think.
If you base your diet on vegetables, fruits, whole grains and pulses, and eating less red and processed meat, salt and high calorie foods, then you are well on your way to healthy lifestyle. This is because having a healthy diet can reduce the risk of many diseases and cancers including bowel, stomach and lung cancer. However, for a working-class professional especially one with a 9 to 5, it can sometimes be difficult to make lunches healthy.
But fret not! Here are some essential tips for satisfying healthy lunches that won’t have you reaching for the biscuit or candy can by 3pm and won’t break the bank.
I used to wear my career and business like a badge of honor. Not only was I a people pleaser but I also was a little self-righteous and believed I was ‘better than’ others because I could get so much domestic and commercial work done in a day.
Or so I thought.
Of course I was doing things but I was also burnt out, overwhelmed, extremely tired, and constantly on edge! Not only that but I didn’t have much to show as a result of my ‘busyness’, other than feeling like I was going to break and collapse at any moment.
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