If we really start thinking about what we consume in a week, then you might figure out that you either have takeout and/or go out to eat at least 3 days a week, and you might eat an instant meal during 2 instances at least, and we are not going to get into how much soda and sugar we consume because that will end up covering the entire article space. The bottom line here is that you probably eat a lot of unhealthy food, and it is not your fault entirely. Most of this food is super cheap, and also really convenient, and given how busy our schedules are, it helps us save time.
Making the switch to a healthier lifestyle where you eat more health food is not an easy job. If anything, there is a lot of dedication that will be required on your end, however, for the sake of keeping your body healthy in the long run, and keeping future you happy, it is necessary.
The best way for you to switch to healthier meals is to start meal prepping. You do not have to prepare just salads, you can meal prep anything as long as it is homemade because switching primarily to homemade food will make a difference because there will be fewer preservatives, additives, and other harmful chemicals. You should also slowly start cutting out sodas and excess sugary foods from your diet. Dates are rich in sugar but at the same time are a lot healthier, so swap sugar with dates, and you can even use it as sweeteners for shakes, smoothies, and sometimes while you are baking too. Lastly, listen to your body’s needs, and tend to them. You do not have to deny yourself from food in order to be healthy.