How to eat healthy

Recipe Inspiration to Help You Eat Healthy At Work

Harvest Squash + Millet

Harvest Squash + Millet - eat healthy at work

Harvest Squash + Millet by Karen Littlefield, Culinary Nutrition Expert Class of 2015

Veggie Burrito Bowls

From Scratch Burrito Bowl - eat healthy at work

Veggie Burrito Bowls by Sheena Scott, Culinary Nutrition Expert Class of 2014

Roasted Sweet Potato + Brussels Sprouts Salad

eat healthy at work - salad

Roasted Sweet Potato + Brussels Sprouts Salad by Abigail Hopkins, Culinary Nutrition Expert Class of 2014

Wild Rice Protein Power Salad

Recipe Wild Rice Salad - eat healthy at work

Wild Rice Protein Power Salad by Meghan Telpner, ACN Founder + Director

Creamy Pumpkin Gluten-Free Noodles

Vegan + Gluten-free Noodles - eat healthy at work

Creamy Pumpkin Gluten-Free Noodles by Sondi Bruner, ACN Head Program Coach

Dairy-Free Parsnip Cumin Soup

Dairy-Free Parsnip Cumin Soup - eat healthy at work

Dairy-Free Parsnip Cumin Soup by Jessica Mitton, Culinary Nutrition Expert Class of 2015

Gluten-Free Orange Almond Cake

Gluten-Free Orange Almond Cake - eat healthy at work

Gluten-Free Orange Almond Cake by Maya Henry, Culinary Nutrition Expert Class of 2016

Chocolate Cherry Chia Bread

eat healthy at work - brownies

Chocolate Cherry Chia Bread by Laura Olson, Culinary Nutrition Expert Class of 2013

Spiced Carrot Cake Energy Bites

Carrot Cake Bites Recipe - eat healthy at work

Spiced Carrot Cake Energy Bites by Valerie Piccitto, Culinary Nutrition Expert Class of 2014

Grain-Free Almond Flour Cookies

eat healthy at work

Grain-Free Almond Flour Cookies by Jenni Beharry, Culinary Nutrition Expert Class of  2014

eat healthy at work

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The How to Eat Healthy Cheat Sheet

The above information could be distilled into this cheat sheet:

  • Eat whole foods at least 80% of the time
  • Make room for your favorite foods
  • Think flexible, sustainable lifestyle — not a soul-sucking diet
  • Consistency matters most — forget about perfection; this is not an “all or nothing” game
  • Master the basics — no seriously, do them for months and years

Want to Really Change How Your Body Looks?

Healthy eating and strength training go together like peanut butter and jelly. While proper nutrition can improve your health and is instrumental in losing body fat, an intelligent progressive strength training program is the tool that changes the shape of your body. Eating well can help you lose body fat, but only strength training can help you maintain, and build, muscle.

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For maximum results, combine the nutrition guidelines here with a progressive strength training program. Check out the women’s beginner strength training guide or Lift Like a Girl workout template to get started.

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