This is where the rubber meets the road.
With the right foods in your kitchen, it’s time to prepare your food.
The key to eating well for breakfast is getting up in time. If you give yourself adequate time in the mornings then a good start to the day is relatively easy.
Daytime eating is arguably the hardest and the one that catches most people out.
If you bring nothing to work, you will get hungry and which means a visit to the vending machine or stepping out to buy a sandwich is very easy. This isn’t always a disaster unless you’re the type who says “Why not…” and tops up their purchase with a can of soda, a pack of potato chips, or a candy bar.
If you prepare your lunch in advance this can all be avoided (and a lot of money saved).
All it takes is spending 30 minutes either the night before or in the morning to prepare your lunch.
It also means being productive from the moment you get out of bed.
You get up, boil the kettle, and put your brown rice on.
While it’s cooking you get your chicken out of the fridge (you did remember to take it out of the freezer the night before, didn’t you), warm the grill up, and take the vegetable steamer out.
The kettle is boiled so you prepare a cup of freshly brewed coffee (using the coffee) and leave it to brew.