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Family meal policy for healthy weight loss goes beyond to include lifestyle

Family meal policy for healthy weight loss

For you to have the best family meal policy that addresses healthy lifestyle in totality, you must be ready to learn. This learning must be very selective if good result is to be attained. For the purpose of this article, I am going to share with you some of the family mealy policy for healthy weight loss in our life time I was able to learn from the home of weight loss experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the able leadership of doctor Dalal Akoury. Take note that since then I have personalized these teachings and now am going to share from my personal experience. To start with, a good meal policy would require that you work on a weekly plan. And as for me I usually make food choices just one time during the week.

Sunday is my day of running the kitchen errands and restocking from the grocery shopping. This should actually be the starting point which is also the single most important activity in any given week when it comes to staying on track with a healthy eating plan. Meanwhile after getting the professional input from the experts (doctor Akoury) I conduct a brief strategy or brain storming session to come up with a working plan which begins with producing a shopping list for my kitchen as we are going to see in a little while.

Family meal policy for healthy weight loss: The shopping guidelines

To carry you on board, let’s discuss the following steps that guides me when making my weekly meal plan:

  • Reviewing the contents of the fridge, freezer, and pantry – making a mental note of anything that ought to be used up in the next couple days. Note what leftovers or ingredients we have stashed away that could be the basis of dinners next week.
  • Take a peek at my “recipe inspiration” Pinterest board – and any recipes I’ve ripped out of magazines and stuck to the fridge. Is there any new recipe I want to try this week? Do I have time any day to take a kitchen project on?
  • Flip through my meals calendar – which I keep on Google calendars, to see if there’s anything I made a while back that I’d like to make again.
  • Negotiate with my spouse – about what sounds good we try as best we can to anticipate cravings. Is it too cold to have salad for dinner? Are we sick of chicken? What irrational whims or aversions can we foresee this week?
  • Fill out the calendar – labeling each day with its dinner, stacking more perishable stuff toward the beginning of the week and freezer fodder at the end.
  • Compare recipe ingredients’ list to our inventory – and make a shopping list.
  • Shop – buying only what is on the list. No impulse buys.

That’s it and I hope it can give you some insight to develop your own. With a well-documented menu plan like this, it becomes easy to take control of all elements of weight gain triggers. And for more information you can always call doctor Akoury on telephone number 843 213 1480 and you will never be disappointed.

Family meal policy for healthy weight loss