Pick up a copy of Clean Eating, Cooking Light, or any others that catch your eye. Make a meal plan from them. Some even have a weekly grocery list for you, and the nutrition information as well. If it got my 5 year old to eat kale, and say it was delicious, it can't be wrong!
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I subscribe to several cheap magazines. I have made a rule that I will NOT read the magazines unless I am working out on my elliptical trainer. When the magazine comes in the mail, I immediately put it in my workout room where I won't be tempted to read it while I sit on the couch, eat a meal, etc
stock your pantry with "go to" foods..the kind of foods you can grab quickly to prepare a meal in a moments notice..
ALWAYS in my pantry: canned: pumpkin, beans, tomatoes, salsa, whole wheat pasta, brown rice & assorted packed in juice fruits..fiber-one cereal is great for a meal, and when crushed, is a GREAT substitute for (regular) bread crumbs.
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