How many hours do you think you spend on “food chores” every week?
Shopping for food
Putting away the food.
Thinking of the recipes.
Cleaning up the kitchen.
Those are a lot of food “chores”—- they can add up to about 10 hours a week!
As a dietitian and busy mom, I understand how little time we feel we have to make and eat something healthy.
Here’s my favorite hack to save two hours of time: I make a Weekly Salad every week so that I have a base of plants to add to my lunch.
We also had a great live coaching call in the Wellness Cohort where I share my top 10 tips for saving your up to 2 hours a week on food chores for our live #meals coaching session:
Nora's Top Ten Time-Saving Healthy Eating Tips
1. 1-2-3 veggies (1 serving at breakfast, 2 at lunch, 3 at dinner)
2. Prechopped starters
3. Precooked grains
4. Precooked meats
5. Buying & keeping PFPF ingredients around
6. Use the 1-2-3-4 method at the store
7. Monthly autoship of pantry items
8. Produce delivery, locally with Washington Green Grocer
9. Meal prep storage
10. A freezer backup meal
If you want to watch the video, join The Wellness Cohort Community on Facebook here.
Catch Episode 55: Top Ten Time Saving Tips in the media section where you can watch 60+ videos on how to eat healthier and slim down!
Dig in my dears,