Tag: healthy eating

Healthy eating doesn’t have to mean a salad for every meal and these products prove it

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Getting healthy is consistently one of the top resolutions for Americans every year and a big part of that is taking stock of what’s going in our mouths.

If you’ve resolved to start eating healthier, don’t get overwhelmed. These products can make eating healthy a delicious endeavor.

Let’s start off with one of the most helpful healthy eating tools out there: PlateJoy is a super user-friendly meal app (with optional grocery delivery service) that offers personalized nutrition plans based on your likes, dislikes, and lifestyle. Choose from tons of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack options by selecting the cuisine and preparation time — you’ll never run out of ideas again.

Take healthy cooking to the next level with this meal prep lunch bag. Keep the unnecessary calories away with three portion-control food containers that stack perfectly inside, with easily rearrangeable compartments for other containers, cups, or utensils — there’s even space for two protein shaker cups. According to the reviews, the insulated walls are able to keep food cold for 12-14 hours.

If you’re trying to get into meal prep but don’t have a clue where to start, the highly rated Healthy Meal Prep Cookbook offers recipes, shopping tips, and storage solutions to put you on your way to becoming a meal prep pro — and show you how meal prep can be just as easy as opting for a frozen meal.

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Breakfast foods are important, and we’re here to tell you that beloved foods like scrambled eggs, omelettes, or sandwiches don’t have to be kicked out of your diet. This egg white yolk separator can help lighten the fat and calorie load, while still providing the same amount of protein.

 

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Get excited to get out of bed in the morning with the Oster My Blend This 250-watt blender is an Amazon Choice product that blends your smoothies right in a grab-n-go sport bottle, so you don’t have to waste time with multiple parts. 

Cutting french fries out of a diet is simply inhumane. Go greaseless with this digital air fryer that can help you cook your favorite foods with little-to-no oil. The fryer is equipped with seven presets for fries, meat, shrimp, cake, chicken, steak, and fish, and comes with a cookbook full of healthy recipes. 

Speaking of potatoes, if you’re on a health kick but can’t force yourself to say goodbye to deep fried snacks, this microwave potato chip maker can make healthy potato chips possible. The slicer cuts potatoes into thin, chip shaped strips, while the microwave creates the crunch you love, minus the oil.

Though we want to cut out oil as much as we can, sometimes it’s necessary for the cooking process. This anti-grease olive oil mister is a healthier alternative to store-bought sprays, and since it’s refillable, it could save money, too. You could even put salad dressing in it to avoid accidentally pouring too much dressing on your veggies.

Hey, pasta addicts: This Amazon’s Choice veggie spiralizer can make oodles of noodles out of zucchinis, sweet potatoes, cucumbers, and your other favorite vegetables. You’re welcome.

After a long day, the last thing you want to do is spend hours prepping food you don’t even like. Cut back on time with 7-liter, 2-tier steamer that allows for multiple dishes to cook at once, so dinner can be ready faster.

 

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This Is What Kourtney Kardashian Eats To Stay Healthy

 
I’ll be totally honest that I don’t exactly Keep Up with the Kardashians, but like, I hate-stalk Kylie with every fiber of my being, so that’s got to count for something. But in terms of the OG Kardashian sisters, I don’t know a whole lot about them, other than what I gather from other Betches articles. Like, Kim is the vain one (I am the Kim of my family), Khloé is the funny one, and Kourtney is the healthy one who like, cares a lot about eating organic and gluten-free shit. Right? I think I’ve got the bases covered. And given that Kourtney is also the hottest one (don’t fight me on this; her face has changed the least over the years compared to her sisters), it’s understandable why people would want to know what Kourtney Kardashian eats. How does she look better at age 38 with three kids than I do after a good week where I stick to my diet and fitness regimen? I mean, probably because she has a very expensive plastic surgeon personal trainer and her livelihood literally depends on her having a desirable physique. But other than that, her diet probably plays a role. So what does Kourtney Kardashian eat to stay skinny? Let’s investigate. Diet-Banners-250x250

On Kourtney’s members-only website (who is paying for this?), she revealed some key ingredients she swears by. As we all know, Kourtney went gluten- and dairy-free last spring, but she also has a serious sweet tooth, because LOL! She’s just so relatable. Kourtney previously told that she uses gluten-free flours like almond and sweet rice flour. Groundbreaking stuff. She also uses lots of coconut products like coconut oil and coconut flour. Apparently, behind the paywall on Kourtney’s website, you can find recipes for some of her fave coconut recipes, like coconut macaroons and pudding. And that’s how she sticks to her diet while still “indulging” in bootleg desserts that sound gross. IDK, I feel like if you’re about to go bake a cake out of coconut flour, you should either just make a regular fucking cake or eat some fruit. It’s like Ron Swanson says: Don’t half-ass two things. Whole-ass one thing.

If there are people out there who are really paying to see Kourtney Kardashian’s coconut macaroon recipe, please comment below because I’ve got a bridge I’d like to sell you.

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