Many women handle home and a career in tandem. Striking a balance between personal and professional life with fitness isn’t easy for working women. When running out the door, it’s easy to move with pre packed foods and neglect the chopping and making of vegetables. But what if I tell you that it is easy to be actually possible to be both the busiest and the healthiest version of yourself?
Not eating enough iron can cause fatigue and even depression. Keep energy high by chewing down on oatmeal, lentils, and lean meats. Eating jaggery after food or cook food in iron utensils.
• Make three-ingredient meals.
• Turn to soups and stews.
Prepare smoothie bags.
Smoothies are a great way to fill up on tons of nutrients with minimal effort.
Eat meals instead of snacking all day.
When you’re crazy busy, it can feel like there’s no time to sit down and enjoy a full meal. Instead, it seems easier to grab a handful of trail mix here, a string cheese there, a bag of pretzels between meetings, and various other nibbles before calling it a day. Although it may not feel like you’re eating as much, all-day snackers often end up consuming more calories than their meal-eating counterparts.
Add veggies to…everything. Make vegetable sandwich, vegetable sprouts and vegetable salad.
No matter how much you are in rush make it a point to have your breakfast on time. Skipping breakfast is the biggest sin to health. It’s always easier said than done, but moving towards being healthy needs bit focus and dedication .Food has a vital role in keeping your physical and psychological system running.