• Cook Dinner Everyday

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    What to do: For the next 30 days, eat a home-cooked dinner.

    If you're serious about making positive lifestyle changes and reaching your dream body weight, one thing that you must do is cook dinner each and every day. We live in a world where convenience has overtaken health and all you're concerned about is making sure that you get a meal to your plate in minutes.

    If you're not careful though, that meal could be loaded with calories, saturated fat, sugar, and many other preservatives that will do nothing positive for your diet plan.

    When you prepare the food yourself, you'll have complete control over what lands on your plate and will be able to much better tailor each and every meal to meet your dietary needs.

    Let's have a quick look at a few tips to remember as you work on this challenge.

    Prep Your Food As Best As Possible

    The very first thing that you should be doing is prepping your food as best as you possibly can beforehand. This means chopping all vegetables once a week as soon as you buy them so they're all ready to use in your meal.

    Likewise, when you're going to grill up a large batch of chicken breasts, make enough to last for a few weeks. Individually wrap them and place them in the freezer. Then they're ready when you need them.

    The less work you have to do overall to cook dinner, the easier seeing success with this challenge will be.

    Use Recipe Sites

    The second must-do tip as you work towards cooking dinner every night is to make good use of recipe sites available that provide healthy recipes you can feed yourself and your family.

    Allrecipes.com is a great site to check out, as is the brand site, http://www.kraftrecipes.com/home.aspx. Both of these will allow you to enter specific dietary information so that the meals you get will meet your needs and requirements.

    Remember as well that you can make alterations to many recipes you come across to make them friendlier for your own individual diet. If you find a recipe you want to try out but it includes foods you shouldn't be eating, don't fret. Simply make a few alterations and you should be able to serve it without a problem.

    Don't Forget About Frozen Produce

    Finally, last but not least, don't forget about frozen produce. For those days when you're ultra busy, frozen produce can fit the bill perfectly and help you get your home-cooked meal to the table in minutes.

    So take this challenge head on. You'll feel better and look better because of it.

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  • Wendal53 3167 days ago
    Food at home tastes so good
  • TTfF 3254 days ago
    Pumpkin and lentil stew!
  • TTfF 3255 days ago
    Have been rather successful at this, amazing how a little check in can spur me to find other options on difficult days.
  • erinmiklas 3403 days ago
    i've been doing this to save money, so this should be easy. :)
  • smileee2 3440 days ago
    I do this 80% of the time anyway, but I DO falter, so this should help keep me on track!
  • Agrien 3458 days ago
    Cooked dinner for today... and tomorrow... and will probably eat it all at midnight. lol
  • jpierc 3458 days ago
    Tonight is chicken breast and salad. Definitely home-cooked.
  • Agrien 3460 days ago
    Whole grain pancakes. :) And shared them with grandson.
  • xprawn 3473 days ago
    Burgers with feta, boiled eggs and mustard (I'm so gross hahaha)

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