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Six Simple Steps To Healthy Eating



Spring has sprung!

It is May and a time we all turn our thoughts to SUMMER -- a special and exciting time where we make ambitious plans for our summer months and dream of the possibilities.

One of the most popular thoughts is related to improving our health, and we usually are quite ready after the long, cold winter!

The key to looking and feeling your best is to keep it uncomplicated and simply focus on healthy eating, sometimes termed "clean eating." In case you've heard the term "clean eating" but haven't quite understood what it means -- clean eating is all about consuming healthy, whole foods and cutting out the processed junk.

Whether you’re ready to jump start your clean eating now or you’re wondering what it takes to get started, we’ve got super-simple steps for a no-fail progression into clean, healthy eating.


1. Focus on your inner motivation

What is motivating you? Whether you’re determined to race in the Boston Marathon next year, or you have seen first-hand the damages done by not eating well through relatives or friends that have suffered as a result of their eating habits. Whatever it is that is motivating you to eat clean, bring it into your direct focus so you will be more successful in sticking to your healthy eating plan.

2. Reevaluate what you’re currently eating

Before you begin your clean eating journey, it helps to journal about what you’re eating before beginning. This way, you can truly see what it is you’re eating and look for patterns. After the stressful end of week push at the office, you might notice you’re more prone to ordering pizza, and you can take steps to head that off at the pass rather than fall into the same pitfall time and time again.

3. Set realistic, measurable and specific goals

When people make changes to things in their lives such as a change to their eating habits, they can set themselves up for significant failures if they don’t take it step by step. That means that if you want to be successful in the long-term, you should tackle one or two new things every 1-2 weeks, so you have a better chance of sticking to it. Don’t just say you’ll stop eating desserts forever. Instead, set a goal of only eating one small dessert per week, and go from there to decrease it further. It’s realistic, measurable and very specific.

4. Clean out your pantry

Sadly, most American pantries are filled with processed foods. A good rule of thumb is to cut out anything that contains more than five ingredients on the label, and anything unnatural should go. If you have a lot of unopened items, donate them to a shelter. We can help you with this process with our new Pantry Clean Out service and eBook. (Click on the link or see below for further information on that!)

5. Refocus your grocery shopping strategy

We’re creatures of habit, every one of us. When we go to the supermarket, we usually follow the same path every time. Shake things up and head straight for the produce section. You really should be avoiding almost all of the middle aisles of your supermarket anyway because that’s where those processed food pitfalls lurk!

6. Master meal prep

One of the easiest ways to dive right into clean and healthy eating is to prep your meals. You’ll find tons of healthy meal prep plans online that even give you shopping lists to use. If time is a factor, look for crockpot recipes that require you to dump in the whole foods in the morning and come home to a hot, delicious, clean and healthy meal every night!


As you can tell, it only takes small changes over time to create a sustainable, healthy lifestyle. You can do it! If you need help or support, we can help you with that! We are here to cheer you on every step of the way.



These are just a few strategies that you can implement today in order to help you eat more healthy and "clean." If you need help with learning how to pick healthier foods or just need some accountability along the way, we are here for you!

We would love to talk with you more about your health goals and get you moving forward on your new Health Journey.

Contact us to set up your FREE Discovery Call today!!

We CANNOT wait to hear from you!


P.S. In case you haven't heard, we launched our newly revamped Pantry Clean Out Service for those of you who live in the Southwest, MO area!!

CLICK HERE to check it out!


Don't live in the Southwest, MO? No problem!

If you purchase the eBook, Pantry Clean Out Tips: A Simple Guide to Healthier Eating,

you get a comprehensive guide to go through category by category and

clean out that pantry!


Pantry Clean Out Tips: A Simple Guide to Healthier Eating



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Health and happiness,

Alicia Williamson RN, BSN, MSNW, CHC

&

Kylie Glastetter BA, MS, EP-C, CHC

www.healthmattersllc.biz














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