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by Cameron Greene

Eating healthy and staying fit during quarantine can be challenging. We are all tempted by food delivery, social media posts of food to indulge in, and more. However, the biggest challenge is how to workout and eat healthier while staying on track. Here are a few tips for doing so:

  1. Meal Delivery Service: Our last blog post goes through the pros and cons of each meal delivery service and which one could be the best fit for you. A meal delivery service makes cooking easier and eliminates points of contact, which is important during a pandemic. Some meal delivery services offer breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks and cater to dietary restrictions and/or food allergies.

  2. Create a Regular Workout Routine: if you carve out times to workout each week by setting alarms, you are more likely to workout than when you don’t. If you’re looking for workout ideas, Pinterest along with Instagram both have a lot of free workouts. Also, there are great Tabata apps such as Tabata, HIIT Workouts (7M), WorkoutWomen (7M), & Ab Workout (7M). A lot of trainers right now are also offering zoom workouts or online training where you can workout from home by yourself.

  3. Pantry & Fridge Clean Out: Get rid of expired items from your pantry and fridge and replace them with clean and healthy foods. It’s a great weekend project to do. I couldn’t believe some of the expired products I found.

  4. Replace Foods You Love with a Healthier Alternative: in other words, if you LOVE Black Forest Organic gummy bears which are FILLED with sugar— replace them with a healthy plant based gummy alternative— SmartSweets which have 3g of sugar per bag. Same goes for protein powder—we recommend making the switch to our Superfood Protein!

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