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To Be Healthy or Not to Be; These Food Hacks Will Determine

Food is tricky, especially if you are attempting to eat healthy. Not only must you learn what foods are considered healthy, you have to understand how to prepare them and in ways that take the least amount of time. This knowledge has allowed the experts, like those at the Food Network, to craft up some hacks for those in need of some healthy inspiration.

 

Your Fridge Is Your Friend; Your Healthy Storage Partner

 

Believe it or not, you will have a burst of energy on some days, which will allow you to get a lot done at one time. During these days, consider making extra food, like vegetables, and storing them for a later time. Lightly saute peppers, onions, spinach, garlic, oil, and more for an incredible pasta sauce and store the rest for soups, enchiladas, and even breakfast omelets.

 

Smoothie Packs or Life Savers? You Be the Judge

 

For decades, healthy eating habits and smoothies have gone hand in hand. People rarely want to dedicate the time each morning to chopping up fruits and vegetables, though, so smoothies are simply cravings that laziness tends to demolish. One night a week, prepare jars, or “smoothie packs,” in advance. Consider placing bananas, strawberries, and kale together or blueberries, raspberries, carrots, and chia seeds for nutritious options. Simply open a jar each morning, pour it in the blender, dump some ice and milk in there, and you are good to go until lunch time.

 

What Do We Want? Frozen Veggies! When Do We Want Them? Always!

 

Frozen veggies and fruits have already been cleaned and typically require being heated up before consumption. Stock your freezers with these gems to ensure that you can use them each day. Not only are they time-saving, they are incredibly affordable and, of course, delicious.

 

Make Your Greens Interesting

 

Greens are perhaps the hardest to eat each day, but they also tend to be the most important nutritionally. Disguise these veggies by blending them, pouring the mixture into ice cube trays, freezing them, and popping them into soups, stocks, smoothies, and breakfast egg dishes as needed.

 

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