While peanut butter is found in many of our pantries, we may want to switch to almond butter. With 25% less fat than its peanut friend, almond butter is a delicious dose of protein and healthy fats.
Keep Healthy Foods in the Front of the Fridge
Out of sight, out of mind, right? If that leftover cake or pizza isn’t front and center in the refrigerator it probably won’t be nearly as tempting when the late-night munchies hit. Stashing healthy snacks like fruits and veggies, yogurt, and yummy leftovers where they’re most visible means that they’re most likely to get eaten first. Here’s a trick to make healthier choices even easier — store wholesome stuff in clear containers and less healthy food in opaque dishes.
Do It Today: After hitting the grocery store, put healthier food towards the front of the refrigerator and unhealthier stuff in the back to encourage healthier eating.
Slow and Steady
Studies show that chowing down at a slower pace means eating less food overall.
Make any dish healthier by adding some extra veggies.