10 Foods You Can Prepare on Sunday to Eat Healthily All Week Long
Those who try to lose or maintain healthy weight know how complicated it is to make lunch every morning before work or cook dinner from scratch every night. And sometimes, it is even impossible. The simple solution to this issued is to dedicate a couple hours on Sunday to meal preparation. When you know what to cook and what is the best way to do it, the whole process of preparation is a lot more simple. Here are the 10 foods that are the best to prepare on Sunday to have your healthy breakfasts, lunches, and dinners on time:
- Whole-wheat or chickpea pasta.
- Hardboiled eggs.
- Whole chicken.
- Ground beef or turkey.
- Crunchy veggies.
- Roasted vegetables.
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