KINGSTON — “I simply just don’t have enough time to prepare healthy meals.”
This is one of the regular complaints I hear when it comes to sticking to a diet. Home cooking, although more healthy and delicious than eating something out of a frozen box, will inevitably exhaust much more of your time and energy.
Unless you are a natural-born chef or you enjoy cooking, you probably find meal preparation to be a chore. Searching for ideas of what to make, not to mention having to go to the grocery store and buy all of your ingredients, can take up a lot of time. Then there’s the washing, the chopping and the cooking. At the end of a long day, who has the time or energy to do all of this?
If you’re trying to follow any sort of structured eating plan, your success will likely depend on your organizational skills and your willingness to make time for food preparation.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term “meal prep,” let me explain. Click link below to continue reading.
Source: Give meal prepping a try