Tips for eating well when pressed for time
It is undeniable that we have more on our plates than ever before and while I appreciate that many of us are juggling numerous tasks and roles daily, there is nothing on this Earth that can replace a highly nutritious way of eating. It’s so important that we take responsibility for our nourishment and prioritise our own health and wellbeing – it affects how we show up each and every day. With that said, I completely understand that most people these days simply don’t have the time or the energy to spend hours in the kitchen every day. Nutritious food doesn’t have to be complicated, but a little planning can go a long way in helping to make nourishing choices easier throughout the week. Here are some tips: for one meal, cook a larger amount so that you’ll have leftovers for lunch the next day. If you’re freezing it, pack each serve/meal into a separate container so that you can easily defrost one meal at a time. Email your questions for Dr Libby to email@example.com. Please note, only a selection of questions can be answered.
way to prepare a nutritious meal – it just takes a little preparation work in the morning or the night before, and you have a meal waiting for you after a long day at work. You can freeze leftovers, too.
Preparing nutritious real food may take more time, but it is time we have to allow for in our day.
A slow cooker can be a great way to prepare a nutritious meal.