Posts Tagged With: eating well

Eating Healthy Away from Home

 

Hey gorgeous fitness friends, 

I hope you are drinking tons of water and eating healthy. Last time I talked about cooking your own meals. Today I want to talk about eating well away from home. 

I have not had time to cook and prep meals. Yesterday was an 11 hour work day. So, today I ate the following… 

Stopped by Panera and picked up their  oatmeal, red quinoa, with almonds and cinnamon. Yummmm!!!

 

I’m staying  away from bread which meant breakfast sammies are out. This dish was yummy and filling. 

Tips:

Look for whole food choices when dining out. 

Look for fresh items if you can find them. 

That moves me to lunch.  I’m a fan of Subway’s chopped salads. I opt for spinach as the base and ask for double chicken, extra protein. They have so many options. 

  

So, instead of those burgers and fries…how about a chopped salad?

It is possible to eat healthy on the go. 

If you have the time, the best meals are the ones prepared in your kitchen. You can determine the sugar, salt, fat intake! If you’re on the go, you can still make wise choices. 💪👍

Here’s to your health! 🙌

Love, 

Erin 

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Aging Well

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Evening friends. I wanted to touch base with you about aging. We live in a culture obsessed with youth and beauty. What about being healthy for as long as possible?

My dad is in excellent shape for his age. As a result he’s living a vibrant life. I want to be healthy. How about you?

Here’s the 411:

Genetics plays a role, but you can fight against certain genetic predispositions. Your diet, level of activity, and taking care of yourself play a huge role in the aging process.

The sun is not your friend. Protect your skin from the sun. Wear sunscreen daily.

Heavy drinking and smoking age you. Take that into consideration. It’s also not good for your health.

Weight train. Muscle is your friend. Lack of muscle and the effects of gravity and a slowing metabolism means saggy skin. Muscle burns more calories than fat.

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Drink water! Dehydration over the years is not good for your skin, organs, or health.

Get adequate sleep. Late nights, and lack of sleep leads to aging. During sleep growth hormone is secreted. If you’re not sleeping, cells are not being regenerated. Try to get 8 hours of sleep, at least 6.

Treat your body like a temple. Don’t abuse it. Your diet, skin care, sleeping habits, and physical activity are key factors.

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