Most of us have a busy routine and do not find time for ourselves and have little time to keep a check on what food or drinks we are consuming. However, one must remember that it is essential to keep a track of the food you are eating, and ensure that you are eating well at all times. The below mentioned points highlight as to how this needs to be done:
1. Make a List
Sit down on the weekend, and make a plan for yourselves. Write down what items you need to consume every day and place it on the top of your desk, or anywhere where it is easily visible, so that you are constantly reminded.
Keep a water bottle with you at all times, and ensure that you drink as much water as you can.
Keep nuts with you in a box and eat them instead of snacks. Nuts are filled with healthy nutrition and will not only curb your hunger, but will allow you to stay healthy!
Eating a sandwich does not consume much time. Prepare a sandwich for yourself that is filled with vegetables and meat, and is the right combination of protein and fat.
5. Vegetable/Fruit Juice
If you do not feel like having water, or want something different, then bring a bottle of vegetable or fruit juice with you, and keep sipping it throughout the day.
If you do not have time for proper meals, add at least small meals in your day. The small meals can be in the form of fruits that you can eat even while you are working or studying, or doing your chores.
Research on shops that can easily deliver, or prepare healthy snacks for you for take-away so that you can easily pick or eat even when you are super busy!
Even if you are super busy, ensure to add in activity in your routine. Stand up and walk around in office or school, or if you get a phone call, walk till the call ends.
9. Early Riser
If your day is hectic and you are sure that you will not find time for activity or exercise, then wake up early in the morning and do some quick and efficient exercises.
Never miss your breakfast. Even if you have to wake up early, make sure to have a healthy breakfast!
Remember always, that your health comes first and it should never be compromised.