I'd love to hear some of your healthy eating tips and share some of my own.
I've switched my usual grocery stapels for leaner alternatives, eg skim milk, low fat butter and leaner cuts of meat. Although they're generally more expensive, you make up for it by saving money on not buying junk food.
I never used to eat breakfast and couldn't stomach anything (besides coffee) first thing in the morning. I've found that eating dinner earlier (4-5 hours before bed and no snacking) makes me wake up feeling hungry and able to eat brealfast.
I get bad sugar cravings at night and insteading of eating chocolate or ice cream or I have green tea with a teaspoon of honey to satisfy my cravings
I drink almondmilk… instead of regular milk. Drink green smoothies to get my daily fruits in veggie intake. Egg whites, 1 slice of whole wheat toast with a half tablespoon of almond butter for breakfast.. Some snacks I eat, apples and all natural peanut butter, sliced roma tomatoes with salt and black pepper, parfaits, yogurt and fruit, hummus and salary/carrots. Some things I like for dinner spaghetti squash, all natural spaghetti sauce and turkey sausage… sometimes I make my own sauce. Brown rice and mixed frozen veggies… season the veggies with my fav seasonings…