Meal prepping is recommended by nutrition pros––it’s an easy way to make sure you eat healthily all week.
Before you start preparing meals for the work week, it’s important to know what an ideal plate looks like. Fill up your diet with lean proteins and vegetables. Take it easy on carbs and fats.
Next up, it’s time to use your weekend (or time off) to put your money where your mouth is. Make sure you have at least two-and-a-half hours from start to finish. You’ll brainstorm, make a menu, shop for ingredients, cook for the week and store it in the fridge.
It’s important to fit meal prep into your everyday schedule. You can plan to slice veggies or whip up a few scrambled eggs before work to reduce your workload.
This infographic also has an absolutely delicious chili recipe. Chili is one of those meals that you can’t go wrong with––it’s comfort food, and it’ll last you a long time.
Meal prep isn’t only for people who are wealthy with a lot of time on their hands. Find out more about how you can fit meal prep into your budget.