Eating Routines

This page contains several videos on cooking / eating strategies combined with a little time-management.

By practicing the strategies I’m going to teach you, you will be able to free up some time during the week to focus on yourself and your family.

Check out the helpful videos, checklists, and recipes for how to create a healthy living eating plan which includes cooking one or two days a week, creating an organized eating routine, and learning how to cope in any type of eating situation at home or away from home.

In addition, downloadable recipes and check lists will be provided for what to keep in your kitchen: food, tools, etc.

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Identifying Your Triggers.

In order to replace bad habits, you have to first identify them.

This video is about identifying your triggers, and explaining what triggers are.

Cooking And Assembling Food.

If you want to cook in advance for the week, you’ll need to have enough bowls.

This video is about having enough quantity of bowls in order to store all of your food that you will be preparing in advance! Having enough bowls will make you successful on your organized eating journey.

In order to cook nutritious meals in advance, you need to have the right cooking gadgets.

This video is about having the proper pans and tools for your kitchen, such as a Vitamix. Having the correct kitchen gadgets will make your organized cooking process successful.

Store your dry goods in Hermetic Jars and keep them in the pantry.

This video is about storing dry goods in Hermetic Jars. Hermetic jars keep things fresh because they are air tight.

Cooking and Assembling Meals for the week will save you time.

The video is about assembling your meals for the week in an organized way. It’s about taking an hour or two on a Sunday and devoting the hour to just organizing your food.

You can cook while assembling meals.

The video is about being able to organize meals while you have things cooking on the stove. It’s time-management and making use of your time in an organized way.

You are more likely to eat healthy foods if you eat on a schedule.

This video describes my personal eating plan and how I eat on a schedule every day. I just grab all the food I’ve made for the week and eat at certain times whenever possible. You can create your own eating plan to help with your organized eating plan.

Live Cooking Recipes.

Anti-Inflammatory Carrot Lentil Soup!

In this video, I will show you how to make anti-inflammatory carrot lentil soup.  It’s easy as long as you have all of the ingredients out and all the right tools in place.

Piña Colada Green Drink

In this video, I will show you how to make a great tasting green drink that’s not only healthy but so delicious, and easy to make.

Tasty Vegetarian Chili

In this video, I will show you how to make a tasty chili that is incredibly easy to make and it’s tasty too.

Eating Routine Away From Home.

Carry A Snack Cooler In The Car.

This video is about carrying a snack cooler in the car so your snacks and meals can be available so you don’t have to reach for the bad stuff when your snacks are not available.

Bring An Ice Chest When Traveling.

This video is about carrying an ice chest filled with healthy foods and snacks that you can transfer to your destination’s refrigerator once you arrive. You can still stay on your healthy eating plan and save money, if you bring your own food!

Here’s What To Bring To A Party.

In this video, I will show you the food that you can bring to a party, in order to keep healthy.  Sometimes we go to parties and we don’t have much to choose from because it’s not healthy or plant-based.  The solution is to bring something that tastes really good that will satisfy everyone!

Drink Water and Stop At Rest Stops.

This video is about drinking water to keep yourself hydrated and stopping at rest stops and why it’s a great idea!

Always Carry Emergency Snacks In The Car.

This video is about carrying snacks in the car at all times.  A couple times I’ve been out and about and had no snacks in the car and suffered from low blood sugar, which was not good.  Carrying snacks allow you to be prepared wherever you may travel.

Handouts!

Printable handouts in PDF.

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Triggers Spreadsheet

Easy Recipes!

Printable recipes in PDF.

Oatmeal

Pina Colada Green Drink

Lentil Soup

Pasta And Meatballs

Veggies And Quinoa

Banana And Almond Butter

Sweet Potato And Veggies

Chili

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