A June 2019 article from Gazette Day utilized the expert knowledge at USHEALTH Advisors and provided tips to make it easier to switch to a healthier lifestyle.
The suggestions came from the USHEALTH Advisors’ blog Living Good Health, and Gazette Day added to the article expert knowledge from Stanford University and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Fast food can be prepared at home. In order to make eating at home convenient the article recommends focusing on advance preparation. A perfect example of how to utilize this strategy is by cutting up vegetables in the morning and combining that with a protein in a slow cooker. The food can cook all day and be ready to enjoy the moment you return home.
Pizza is not always a healthy eating option. In fact, many frozen pizza suppliers and take out and delivery services have products high in fat and loaded with added sugars. The article provides a link to the blog where a healthy pizza recipe is found.
More than 30 million Americans do not regularly eat breakfast. Skipping breakfast makes it harder for the metabolism to assist in the process of losing weight. It also increases the odds for developing Diabetes and heart issues. The article recommends focusing on a complete breakfast, and offers up a suggested quiche recipe.
Diabetes, heart disease and stroke are more likely, when a diet contains a lot of meat. Limiting meat does not have to be a bummer. USHEALTH Advisors provides a meatless sandwich recipe to make the switch from meat easier. Chocolate peanut butter protein balls are suggested to help offset protein loss.
USHEALTH Advisors suggests starting with small goals first. They also suggest sharing the journey of lifestyle changes by including family and friends in the journey.