Eating healthy on the go

Posted on Oct 26 2016 - 7:27am by Charlie

Have you noticed how quick our lives have become? Pretty much everything has to be done in a hurry, we seldom have time to relax and enjoy simple things: a casual walk home, a good book with a cup of tea, or a nice, home-cooked meal. Sometimes this is a good thing, this lifestyle means that we are more active and that we manage to finish more things during the day, but it slowly deprives us of something incredibly important: our health. If you’re always on the go and have a tight schedule, here are a few tips for preparing wonderful, healthy meals.


Smoothies in the morning

You know the scenario: you hit the ‘snooze’ button one time too many and now you have to jump out of the bed, shower, brush your teeth, get dressed, and get to work in fifteen minutes or so. Breakfast? There’s no time for that! You will probably stop by the store and buy a bag of crisps or a croissant. Instead of doing that, you could use your blender and make a nice, healthy smoothie or a protein shake instead. Use fruit, vegetables, soy milk, and delicious optimum nutrition gold standard whey protein to make the healthiest smoothies and shakes which will give you energy for the day ahead.

Healthy dessert

Yes, Snickers, Mars, Twix and M&M’s are all super-delicious and you feel like you could eat a ton of chocolate in a blink of an eye. Besides, when you’re on the go you probably don’t have enough time to bake a cake or prepare a bowl of pudding. However, you can instead try to make your own stack of amazing granola bars which will contain all your favorite things: raisins, chocolate, peanut butter, and fruit, but which will be healthy and tasty at the same time. You need one evening to make several of them, and stash them in a box for you to grab ad nibble on when you’re going to work or when you’re on your lunch break.

Pasta saves the day

Pasta is well known not only for its deliciousness, but also because it’s incredibly easy to prepare too. For your pasta meal to be healthy, you should not use ready-made sauces, but instead take some time to prepare your own using ingredients such as pancetta, fresh vegetables, chicken, or tuna. Among the tastiest healthy pasta recipes you can find something for every occasion: seafood pasta, ten-minute pasta, mushrooms and pesto pasta… If you eat pasta often, use the one made from buckwheat instead of white flour; it’s a much healthier choice.

Kale muffins

Yes, kale is delicious in your salad bowl, but why not introduce it to your muffins too? Make paleo muffins using cauliflower, eggs, kale, and ham, pour the mixture into muffin pan, and leave in the oven for about twenty minutes. The result – divine! Not only are these muffins incredibly easy to prepare and take no more than half an hour to be on your table, but they are rich in protein and low in fat. You can prepare these when you get home from work, or even when you have your friends over instead of pretzels and hotdogs.

The easiest thing to do is stop by a bakery or buy a hamburger when you’re feeling hungry, and that is perfectly understandable. After all, if you had time to cook every day, you probably would. Still, try to incorporate a couple of these healthy habits into your routine, and you will be surprised to discover how much healthier you’ll feel and how much more energy you’ll have.

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