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Making A Healthy Eating Plan 🍳🍳 Cooking Healthy Series For A Healthier Lifestyle


Welcome to Munch For Wellness where we provide
you with the best, most up-to-date information on healthy eating including tips, recipes
and how-to cook healthy meals. This video is the 4th in a series entitled,
“The Cooking Healthy Series For a Healthier Lifestyle” which is comprised of 12 healthy
cooking lessons that will help you cook healthy meals every day and for everyone in your family. You can download the free PDF that contains
the complete information in this series at MunchForWellness.com. Also, please take a minute to SUBSCRIBE to
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videos that we create all week long. Now, on to today’s topic, “How to Make A Healthy
Eating Plan.” In the last lesson, we talked about some low
fat cooking tips. In this lesson, we are going to talk about
how to make the transition to eating and cooking healthier food by making a healthy eating
plan. Making the transition to eating healthier
with whole foods is one of the best decisions you can make for yourself and your family. However, it can be hard to know where to start. You might be concerned about how you’re
going to feed your family this way, and how they will feel about it. You might have cost concerns, or children
who are picky eaters. What’s more, you may not even be sure what
foods are really healthy or which ones that are deceptively disguised as healthy. You also have to decide whether you want to
switch gradually or throw everything out and start over. Let’s go over a few tips that can help you
on your way to transitioning into a healthy, whole food diet. 1. Do your research. First, it pays to take a little time to research. Look for consistencies in food information
– this will help you avoid “fad diets.” Find out what really makes a food healthy,
and decide what food groups you are going to keep or discard. Some people decide not to include dairy in
their diets, for example, or they will lean toward a “primitive” diet that does not
include processed grains. Essentially, you will be creating your personal
healthy eating meal plan using whole foods. To make this easy for you, you can find a
FREE whole foods report and a FREE whole foods shopping list that are in PDF format and downloadable
to any device. This is available to you FREE! at MunchForWellness.com
(find the direct link below this video.) Feel free to read and share! 2- Make a healthy eating meal plan. Once you are comfortable with what constitutes
a healthy food, you can make a chart. This can be so helpful in making out grocery
lists and planning meals, and in making the transition in general. To make the chart, you will need two basic
columns. If you are concerned with other aspects of
your diet, such as glyceemic index and nutritive value, then you might want more columns. On one side of the chart are the foods you
normally eat. On the other side, put a replacement. For instance, you might have doughnuts on
one side; you can put whole wheat cinnamon toast on the other side as a replacement. If you aren’t sure what to replace with
a healthier alternative, a good rule of thumb is to replace white with brown, artificial
with natural, and processed for whole. For instance, traditional pasta can be replaced
with whole grain pasta; fruit snacks can be replaced with natural dried fruit; and potato
chips with organic snacks. 3. Go slowly. Health experts agree that when switching to
a healthier meal plan, you’ll want to make the transition gradually because is less shocking
to your system. You should always remember that restricting
food in any way is always a bad thing. Healthy eating is a way of life, something
that you can do to enhance your body or your lifestyle. If you’ve thought about making your life
better, healthy eating is just the place to start. You’ll make life easier for yourself, those
around you, and even your family. 4. Eat more of the good stuff. You’ll also want to increase the amount
of food you eat. While this may sound like a bad idea, it really
does help with the transition. If you load up on healthy food, you may simply
not want the unhealthy stuff. Making a point of eating lots of high-quality,
whole foods will theoretically leave less room for the bad stuff – and this is true
for your grocery budget as well. Some people have found that this makes for
an easier transition than cutting out unhealthy foods and feeling deprived. In the next lesson, we will be talking about
taking a cooking class to help improve your healthy cooking skills. Find it in our playlist entitled, “The Cooking
Healthy Series.” Also, feel free to visit us at MunchForWellness.com
where we have FREE healthy eating PDF e-books that you can download, read and share with
others.

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