Posts tagged Health
Post Holiday Blues: Simple Meal Prep Ideas To Get You Back on Track

Beat the post-holiday eating blues with these quick and easy meal prep ideas. It can be hard to get back into the routine and healthy eating after a few days or weeks of eating whenever you like and maybe whatever you like too! But with these meal prep ideas your healthy eating will be back on track in no time. midlifemenu.com/blog/meal-prep-ideas

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5 Easy Back-to-school Breakfast Ideas

The main reason to have breakfast is to give your blood sugar levels the best chance first thing - it’s going to set you up for the rest of the day and avoid those 10am munchies. But breakfast probably needs to be quick and really simple - there’s just no time to be sorting the school run, cooking and getting out the door. No wonder tea, toast and cereal are popular go-to options but they won’t help your waistline - my five options will though! midlifemenu.com/blog/breakfast-ideas

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Savvy Snacks - 5 Ways to Stop Healthy Eating Going Off Track

You probably know what you should be eating and that balancing your blood sugars throughout the day is key. But then real life gets in the way and all too soon your good intentions just go out the window. Before you know it afternoon snacking and post meal munchies have railroaded all your efforts and the pounds pile on, especially around the middle. That’s why I think tackling snacks is more important than even your meals when trying to beat cravings and lose weight. midlifemenu.com/blog/healthy-snacks

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5 Lovely Lunches on The Run

Lunch really shouldn’t be an optional extra in our daily lives. But instead we wolf down a sandwich only to find a horror story of fats, carbs and sugars when you look at the ingredients. And that’s really not much help if you are trying shift the midlife weight gain. Apart from needing a break, eating healthily in the middle of day helps keep your blood sugars level and avoids the dreaded afternoon slump when you’re more likely to be tempted by a chocolate bar to see you through. midlifemenu.com/blog/packed-lunch-ideas

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Turmeric - Is It Really A Midlife Miracle Spice?

I love using turmeric in everything from smoothies and lattes to the more usual curries. But does it live up to its superfood image? This blog covers the uses and health benefits of turmeric, some of which are very impressive. And it also covers how to get the maximum benefit from turmeric in your cooking. midlifemenu.com/blog/turmeric-uses-and-benefits

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Five Dinner Winners for A Healthy Midlife

Sometimes it can be hard to think of evening meals day after day. It’s fun to do the entertainment cooking for the daily dinners can feel like a drag if you’re not feeling very inspired. This blog gives you five easy dinners to see you through the week without having to use too much effort. And why not double up the portions so that you’ve got your lunch all prepped for the next day too. That’s this week sorted then! www.midlifemenu.com/blog/midlife-dinners

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5 Ways to Ease the Stress of Eating Out

Do you find it stressful eating out? Are you unsure what to order or do you find that friends make it difficult for you when eating out? As we come to summer time there seem to be more opportunities for eating out whether that’s outside at the pub or round at a friend’s house. If you’re working hard at eating healthily and keeping that midlife weight gain in check then you don’t want the eating out enjoyment to ruin this. Have a read of five way you can stop this. midlifemenu.com/blog/eating-out

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How to exercise when you have no time

We all live increasingly busy, yet sedentary lives and that makes combining good eating with exercise much more of a challenge. Hopefully Midlife Menu has you thinking about eating well. But as the weather improves and the days feel brighter,  it’s also a good time to look at how something as simple as walking can help not only weight loss but reaching that Midlife Menu goal … better health and wellbeing at a demanding time of life. midlifemenu.com/blog/walking

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