Fast food has a fierce grip on the world. Because it satisfies the following: It’s quick, it’s tasty, and it’s inexpensive. However, it’s so bad for our health. This handy guide from Healthline shows all the parts of the body fast food affects. There are studies showing there is a correlation between this quick and inexpensive food and worsening mental health for children and teens. These reasons and more is why we need to cease this habit. So here’s how to stop eating fast food in 3 steps.

Stop Eating Fast Food In 3 Steps: Consider Health Convenience Meals From The Grocery Store

Let’s discuss the quick characteristic of fast food that makes it one of the top reasons we love it so. If you want to quit this action then you will need a replacement. So to stop eating fast food consider replacing those meals with health convenience meals from the grocery.

Now I don’t means turning to to frozen dinners from makers like Banquet, Healthy Choice, or Lean Cuisine. In my opinion, those meals are no better than fast food, as most contain high amounts of sodium, sugar and bad fats like trans fat. The healthy meals I’m talking about are the ones usually located in the deli section, the hot/cold bar, the seafood section, or the meat section of the grocery store.

The grocery store staff cook these meals ahead of time, and range from items likes sandwiches to roasted chicken. However, the meals in the meat and seafood section aren’t cooked but take about 30 to 45 minutes to make. And they are usually come with one or two sides (like a vegetable and/or a starch).

So if you’re getting off from work and there’s nothing to cook at home, don’t drive to Burger King to get dinner. Go to your grocery store instead and pick up one of these healthy meals.

Stop Eating Fast Food In 3 Steps: Consider A Meal-Prepping Servic

If you don’t want to cook food another way to stop eating fast food is to consider a meal-prepping service which delivers already-cooked meals. All you have to do is reheat them.

However, this is the most expensive option,. You will pay either a company or a local chef to prepare meals for you and deliver them to your door. The cost could be worth it, however, if this improves your eating habits for the better. Finally, there are several companies and/or chefs providing meals from various ways of eating like Paleo, Whole 30, Keto/Low-Carb, Gluten-Free, Vegetarian, and Vegan to name a few. Prepped is a great option if you’re interested.

Consider A Meal-In-A-Box Subscription

If the prices of meal-prepping services are too high for your budget, and you are willing to cook but need meal ideas, a meal-in-a-box subscription could work for you.

Many people don’t want to cook because they lack meal ideas, or meal-prep is just too time-consuming. And having to buy specific spices can be too expensive and go to waste if the person doesn’t use them again. Finally, some people need step-by-step recipes with pictures.

The meal-in-a-box services solve all of those problems. Here’s a list of the most popular companies:

You pay a set price each week depending on how many people need to feed, and how many different recipes you want. Upon choosing your options, you see the price per serving and the delivery cost.

Since you pick the recipes available for the week, you have something different to eat each day. That’s a plus as some people don’t want to eat the same meal each day for lunch and/or dinner.

Finally, each recipe shows you how long it takes to make, including prep-time. And you get a colorized set of instructions with step-by-step pictures of how to cook each meal.


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