These days, everyone is sitting at home waiting for things to get back to normal, but in the meantime, children and adults alike are stuck at home. While one is in a Zoom classroom, the other is in a digital work conference. With disrupted schedules and the stress of not knowing what will happen next, many of us neglect our diet, and the concept of healthy eating is thrown out the window.
Whether you’re planning meals for one person or the entire family, it can be quite the task given limited resources and limited grocery runs. Finding foods that you don’t get sick of eating and that provide some nutritional value becomes difficult.
How to Eat Well
Ignore the call of a bag of crisp potato chips or double stuff Oreos. Create a meal plan for the entire week, source your groceries, and make sure that the meals you prep fulfill your daily nutritional intake. You’ll notice that when you’re eating healthier, you’re feeling better too, because healthy foods release dopamine and serotonin in the body (also known as the happy chemicals) and can lower stress – the opposite of what your sugary, fatty snacks can do.
Ultimately, these foods also boost your immunity, which is a number 1 priority for everyone during and after COVID-19. Items like fruits, fish, spices, seeds, and greens are just some of the many food groups you should be selecting for your meals these days.
We understand how stressful it can be to prepare meals for yourself and your family, which is why we’ve got you covered. With the help of our meal prep plans, you won’t have to worry about having proper meals, and your stress levels will start dropping as well. Even in these anxiety-ridden times, a proper diet goes a long way in maintaining your mental and physical wellbeing. Be sure to check out our meal prep menu (https://www.personalcheftony.com/meal-prep.html#/) for all your (hopefully) post COVID nutritional needs.
Be safe, and be well.