Quick Healthy Food

Quick Healthy Food

Quick healthy foods are indeed possible. The most common misconception about healthy food is that it needs to be elaborate and super special. Well, the truth is, it’s the opposite.

There is just one rule that you need to remember always and that is to keep it simple and less time-consuming so that you will never go back to your old eating habits and cooking style.

Most ordinary Joes will settle for the microwavable and fast foods rather stir-fried veggies or pan-fried fish. For the busy people, they would most often feel tired already to try to conjure up recipes for the family. That is why the most common food served on the table are Pizzas and sodas… the greatest enemy of healthy eating.

One of the greatest benefit of eating healthy is most often than not, you won’t have to rely on recipes to come up with a great dish! Sometimes, my taste might differ from yours, or you might not have the time to prepare them (for now). Therefore the best way to do this is to trust your food instinct.

As I mentioned earlier, making healthy food can be quick and easy. With a bit of imagination, you will be able to conjure up many quick healthy foods.

One of the most important thing to remember in preparing healthy foods is the taste. Mixing bell pepper with celery isn’t what I call a mouth-watering food. Who knows, maybe it works for you. But when you mix bell pepper with parsley, that’s a salad that is calling my name. And there you are. Salad is one of the easiest dishes you can come up with. Salad comes in different forms as well. You can make it as vegetable salads or fruit salads. If you’re more of a meat eater, you can always make a turkey or chicken salad. With these varieties, you already have a lunch or dinner recipe for 4 days.

If you’re in the mood for red meat, instead of going for a beef, why not go for venison? You can marinate it like a beef, but healthier. You can grill it, pan-fry it or even make a soup out of it. One of my favorite meats is bison which is become available more readily all the time.

And speaking of soup… instead of putting too much meat in it put more vegetables instead. That way the soup will still have the meaty taste, but have the nutrients of the vegetables.

If you’re worried about little children’s willingness to eat the vegetables, there’s also a quick way of solving that. Pull all the vegetables in the blender or food processor and voilĂ , you now have a pureed soup!

The possibilities are endless when it comes to eating healthy! All you need is your imagination and instinct. Happy Healthy Eating!

Source by Kelli Shepherd

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