Not always easy to eat, especially when time is short. Here are some tips to practice routine for daily food quite healthy.

At the grocery store

Be sure to shop for groceries at least once a week: Make provision of food 4 food groups: vegetables and fruits, whole grain products, dairy products and meat and alternatives delicious for every taste. The local markets can “help”, but they can not guarantee a balanced diet long term. Write your grocery list before you go shopping. Prepare grocery list to meals, recipes and snacks for the week. Note to buy food in the order they are in the grocery store to save time, to ensure you do not forget anything and to avoid unnecessary purchases last minute.


Clean out your fridge and freezer: Allow yourself to clean the fridge and get rid of expired products and on a regular basis. Keep per-cut vegetables in the vegetable tray, place perishable foods in front of the fridge, stack your frozen food a freezer side and frozen on the other.


Reorganize your pantry

Take a few minutes to put order in your pantry, it will save you time and money in the end. Do not make a cabinet “candy”, but rather a pantry with healthy ingredients such as nuts and dried fruits, bran cereals, couscous, spices, etc.

Office or school

Do not get caught by surprise: Keep bottled water in your car or locker, keep essentials like granola bars and ultra-pasteurized dairy beverages like Grand in your desk drawer or backpack, and have frozen meals in the freezer lunchtime rush. vary Change and the daily routine. Find a new way to prepare sandwiches (grilled, rolled), serve vegetables (salad, soup) and fruits (sauce, pieces). Dare to discover new foods to your lunch boxes, such as arugula, persimmon, quinoa, Keir, fritter or baa Ghanian!