Do you ever feel like the day has just passed you by? You're not alone. As our days seem to become busier and busier, it's crucial to make sure our brains and bodies are getting enough nutrition to stay strong, sharp and healthy.
Fortunately, healthy home-cooked food doesn't always require hours in the kitchen. Follow these tips to keep up your busy schedule without sacrificing nutrition.
Keep the following on hand to add to salads, soups and other meals:
Source: "Quick and Healthy Meal Ideas," a public workshop viewable below by students in the Department of Nutrition and Exercise Science at Bastyr University. Special thanks to students Cayleih McKay, Luz Padua-Perez, Mikaela Hew, Vigil Gontinas, Ashley Ayers and Rebecca Sauselein, and to Kelly Morrow, MS, RD, who supervises nutrition students at the University's Seattle teaching clinic, Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
Take advantage of personalized nutrition guidance! Make an appointment today with a Bastyr Center nutrition team by calling (206) 834-4100..
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