How often do you think of, or plan ahead, what’s in your plate?
Many people have sincere intentions to eating healthy. However, distorted portions, disproportionate meals, hidden fats and calories, lack of time, and lack of availability of healthy options can jeopardize these intentions.
That’s why planning ahead and thinking of what’s in your plate are necessary tools to practice.
In “I Spy: A Healthy Plate,” an article I wrote for Around the Plate, I offer four tips that will help you make a healthy plate at home or spot one when out. The tips are simple and to point. Master them, and you wont have to do too much thinking anymore.