5 Awesome Graphs that will Help You Eat Healthy

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Last updated on March 18th, 2019 at 06:45 am

If you’re just starting to eat healthier and need some direction, these graphs will be a huge help! But even if you already eat healthy – these will give you new ideas!

Starting to eat healthy ain’t that easy for a lot of reasons, one of them being that you just don’t know what to eat.

You know you need to cook more, but what? Meat and vegetables every single day can get kinda boring and looking for recipes all the time can get overwhelming if you have to do it too often.

Solution: take these healthy cooking guides and make them your own.

Turn them into something you love by adding the spices, vegetables and other healthy ingredients you really like!

This will save you time and headaches and will help you keep eating healthy. You’ll be more likely to stick to eating healthy when you know what you’re doing. And when something’s delicious, you’re gonna want to make it again, right?

Here are 5 graphs that will help you make healthy meals you actually enjoy!

1. How to make a healthy salad that’s tasty

A salad is the definition of a healthy meal. But often times poor little salads get blamed for being bland, not tasty and just not real food. To that I say – well then you must have never eaten a real salad.

If you don’t know how to make a healthy salad you’ll enjoy, this graph by Greatist is a going to teach you. If you need more instructions you’ll find the article here.

And if you’re looking for some more delicious salad recipes, then click here.

2. How to make an anti-inflammatory smoothie

So a smoothie is a great thing, but an anti-inflammatory smoothie is what you need to really improve your health. Chronic inflammation is a real problem in today’s world and drinking an anti-inflammatory smoothie every day can help you reduce it. This graph shows you how, but for more instructions, check out my post right here.

3. Quick and Healthy Breakfast ideas

When you eat healthy, it’s super important to have a healthy and filling breakfast, so you don’t binge later or eat something like doughnuts at 10am. This graph gives you 3 tasty healthy breakfast ideas, so you don’t get bored. You’ll find the full instructions and two more recipes here.

4. How to make Thai curry

Thai curries are one of my favorite meals. I love Mediterranean, but I find it super difficult to resist that heavenly Thai curry smell. Lucky for me with all those spices and vegetables, Thai curries can be one of the most satisfying healthy dinners you could prepare.

This step by step guide by Rachel cooks Thai gives you a pretty good idea how to make a delicious Thai curry. To make mine healthier, I usually skip step 5 and often would even make my own paste with fresh ingredients. (I use the recipes in this book).

5. How to make a Buddha Bowl

If you don’t know what a Buddha bowl is – good, me neither. To me it’s pretty much a salad + some type of a main dish arranged beautifully.

You’ve got some veggies in there, some healthy sauces like hummus, healthy grains and legumes.

Whatever it is, it looks so delicious, you can’t help but just want to make one right now. So, here’s a great simple guide by My Fruity Kitchen to help you make it. If you need more instructions, you can find them here.

Well, that is it – I hope these guides make cooking and eating healthy easier and more enjoyable for you! If you enjoyed this post, subscribe via email below so I can send you more recipes and health and fitness tips!

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