More Eating Basics to Get You in Control

Fresh Shrimp and Tomato over Squash

Eating basics can truly change you at any age and any shape quickly, safely, naturally and constantly. Best of all the results last forever, and the concepts are scientifically proven.
1. Three meals a day- sounds easy and it is easy when you become willing to do whatever is needed to create this healthy habit.
2. Set down to a pretty place setting and allow yourself to enjoy the meal. It is called loving your body by calmly making a space just for your eating pleasure.
3. Plan a menu- make it fun and jot down a grocery list to organize your grocery trip.
Here are some meals in minutes that could be so easy to throw together to feed yourself well. The eating basics include the healthiest food choices possible, opting for fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and lean cuts of meat instead of processed and refined foods. Eating basics is not complicated, nor is it expensive.
Breakfast (be willing to set a fairly regular time for your breakfast)
1. Smooth start- ½ cup yogurt, your favorite fruit, and I cup ice cubes and blend
Drink water in between
Lunch
2. Make a whole grain roll up and put your favorite ingredients inside. (you can buy already washed organic greens) Mix it up with different ingredients.
3. Pack a favorite healthy drink (green tea is a healthy substitute for coffee or soda)
4. Whole grain roll ups make a wonderful melted pizza like meal with cheese and veggies
(You can use almond cheese instead of milk based cheeses.)
Drink water in between
Dinner
1. How about stir fry using pre-washed vegetables with onions and garlic, add cut up meat or tofu or shrimp, scallops or other fish with ½ cup water with soya sauce or other. Five-ten minutes to be ready to eat. Make it simple and throw it all in together and stir fry it.
2. Buy sea food that the grocery store steams for you. Add sauce and a steamed vegetable. Brown rice can take longer to cook but it cooks by itself.
3. A real quickie is buying an already cooked chicken. Add a salad. Plus you can have left-overs for lunch the next day.
Grocery List (you can print this out)
1. Lunch carrier and make it the best with thermos.
2. Bright plates and glasses that are place setting for two with a placemat that makes you smile.
3. Yogurt for seven days
4. Pre-washed vegetables in a bag
5. Frozen vegetables that you love
6. Onions two
7. Garlic already chopped and fresh herbs to throw into meals for finishing touches.
8. Favorite meats for at least seven days and freeze until needed
9. Favorite fruits and buy frozen ones so you can add them to your smoothies three bags
10. Brown rice — you can cook three servings and store the rest for quick stir fry
11. If you like sea food get some to freeze and a favorite sauce (read the label too)
12. Add what you like as your favorites here and don’t forget the salad dressing.
Benefits to eating basics include:
• Fat loss
• Weight loss
• Energy increases
• Clearer skin
• Healthier and shinier hair
• Better quality of sleep
• Increased positive attitude
• Clearer thinking
                            Hands to Help You Feel Good
                            All hands, your hands and others
                                   Round the table share
                                     The food is spiced
                                    With smiles and love –
                                     A joyous meal is here.

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About drfullerstherapytips

Award winning Dr. Fuller is a leading dysfunctional behavior & eating disorder expert, Licensed Counselor, and National Hypnotherapist. She has helped countless individuals find happiness that has eluded them. Her twenty years of private practice gives her a unique insight into what can work to change one’s life.
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