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5 Tips for Easier Meal Planning

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Tips for Meal Planning & Prep
If healthy eating is something you have struggled with over the summer, the change in seasons could be a great time to work on some new habits. Now that we are a month in to our new fall routines, perhaps we can focus more of our attention on healthy eating goals.
Often people think they need to spend a whole day every week prepping meals, and that can be a daunting task. But meal planning doesn’t have to be complicated. 
Read on for tips and tricks that our nutritionist Amy uses.
How to Meal Plan

Time Now, Benefits for a Lifetime

We understand that life can get very full and finding time for additional commitments might seem challenging.
By dedicating only a few hours each week to Ongoing Support & Education, you’re making an investment in your future well-being. Here are five ways this investment can save you time and enhance your quality of life down the road:
  1. Better health, fewer doctor visits: By maintaining (and improving) good health through nutrition, you can potentially save dozens of hours on doctor and specialist visits.
  2. More energy: With better nutrition comes increased energy levels. Imagine how many hours you’ll save if you have the vitality to complete tasks efficiently? What if your focus and productivity needed to complete those tasks improved?  
  3. Improved sleep: Nutrition improves your sleep quality, which improves your productivity and energy during your waking hours
  4. Stronger immune system: Fewer sick days means more uninterrupted time for work, hobbies, and family activities.  
  5. Longer, healthier life: A healthier body has the potential to add years to life. YEARS. This will result in countless extra hours to enjoy with your loved ones. 
     
Classes start the week of October 16 at our Twin Cities locations and virtually via Zoom.
*Completion of the 12-week program is required before starting Ongoing Support & Education.
Register Today
Upcoming Cooking Classes
Vegetables - Raw, Roast, Steam & Sauté
Wednesday, October 11, 6:00-7:15 PM CST (virtual) TONIGHT
Part of the core philosophy at Nutritional Weight & Wellness is to get a healthy dose of vegetables as your carbohydrates. But how do you add more to your plate? How do you prep them to be delicious? What if you just don’t like vegetables very much? Chef Marianne’s got you! In this virtual demonstration cooking class, you’ll learn ways to eat the rainbow by choosing and preparing colorful veggies in a variety of ways to discover your favorites and enhance your go-to options.
Creative Lefotvers to Reduce Food Waste
Wednesday, October 25, 6:00-7:15 pm CST (virtual)
With the rise of food costs, throwing away old or spoiled food hurts! Join Chef Marianne to discuss strategies for shopping and storage so you have what you need and nothing goes to waste. This class will cover ideas on how to use frozen veggies, repurposing meal components to make new dishes, and recipes to use up what’s in your fridge rather than tossing it in the trash. Since not everyone is thrilled about leftovers, we'll talk about ways to make repeat food feel less like a “leftover” and more like an “encore."
Can’t make it to the class live? We are now offering the recording of the class to everyone who registers! You’ll receive the link to the recording via email the following day and you’ll have three days to view the class before the link expires.
Sign Up For A Cooking Class
Nutritional Myths - Dishing Up Nutrition
With the endless nutrition advice in the media, we have a highly requested topic to dive into . Our nutritionists are discussing our top asked-about nutrition myths. These are questions we discuss with clients every day in clinic and we want to shed some light on a few of our most asked-about nutrition myths so that you can start putting into practice the things that will really benefit your health.
"We see food cravings as a biochemical process, not a character flaw. If you try to restrain yourself from something that your brain is craving, you will likely fail, but it's not your fault. We have short term control to restrict food, but it really is unsustainable." Teresa Wagner, RD, LD
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Join Us for Ongoing Support & Education Join Us for Ongoing Support & Education Nutritional Weight & Wellness Nutritional Weight Wellness meal plan Tips for Meal Planning & Prep If healthy eating is something you have struggled with over the summer, the change in seasons could be a great time to work on some new habits. Now that we are a month in to our new fall routines, perhaps we can focus more of our attention on healthy eating goals. Often people think they need to spend a whole day every week prepping meals, and that can be a daunting task. But meal planning doesn’t have to be complicated.  Read on for tips and tricks that our nutritionist Amy uses. How to Meal Plan TIME NOW, BENEFITS FOR A LIFETIME We understand that life can get very full and finding time for additional commitments might seem challenging. By dedicating only a few hours each week to Ongoing Support & Education, you’re making an investment in your future well-being. Here are five ways this investment can save you time and enhance your quality of life down the road: 1. Better health, fewer doctor visits: By maintaining (and improving) good health through nutrition, you can potentially save dozens of hours on doctor and specialist visits. 2. More energy: With better nutrition comes increased energy levels. Imagine how many hours you’ll save if you have the vitality to complete tasks efficiently? What if your focus and productivity needed to complete those tasks improved?   3. Improved sleep: Nutrition improves your sleep quality, which improves your productivity and energy during your waking hours 4. Stronger immune system: Fewer sick days means more uninterrupted time for work, hobbies, and family activities.   5. Longer, healthier life: A healthier body has the potential to add years to life. YEARS. This will result in countless extra hours to enjoy with your loved ones.  Classes start the week of October 16 at our Twin Cities locations and virtually via Zoom. *Completion of the 12-week program is required before starting Ongoing Support & Education. Register Today Upcoming Cooking Classes VEGETABLES: RAW, ROAST, WD 13 Wednesday, Oct. 11 6:00 - 7:15 pm Central Virtual Class on Zoom COOKING DEMO wit: CHEF MARIANNE Vegetables - Raw, Roast, Steam & Sauté Wednesday, October 11, 6:00-7:15 PM CST (virtual) TONIGHT Part of the core philosophy at Nutritional Weight & Wellness is to get a healthy dose of vegetables as your carbohydrates. But how do you add more to your plate? How do you prep them to be delicious? What if you just don’t like vegetables very much? Chef Marianne’s got you! In this virtual demonstration cooking class, you’ll learn ways to eat the rainbow by choosing and preparing colorful veggies in a variety of ways to discover your favorites and enhance your go-to options. creative leftovers Creative Lefotvers to Reduce Food Waste Wednesday, October 25, 6:00-7:15 pm CST (virtual) With the rise of food costs, throwing away old or spoiled food hurts! Join Chef Marianne to discuss strategies for shopping and storage so you have what you need and nothing goes to waste. This class will cover ideas on how to use frozen veggies, repurposing meal components to make new dishes, and recipes to use up what’s in your fridge rather than tossing it in the trash. Since not everyone is thrilled about leftovers, we'll talk about ways to make repeat food feel less like a “leftover” and more like an “encore." Can’t make it to the class live? We are now offering the recording of the class to everyone who registers! You’ll receive the link to the recording via email the following day and you’ll have three days to view the class before the link expires. Sign Up For A Cooking Class Nutritional Myths - Dishing Up Nutrition With the endless nutrition advice in the media, we have a highly requested topic to dive into . Our nutritionists are discussing our top asked-about nutrition myths. These are questions we discuss with clients every day in clinic and we want to shed some light on a few of our most asked-about nutrition myths so that you can start putting into practice the things that will really benefit your health. "We see food cravings as a biochemical process, not a character flaw. If you try to restrain yourself from something that your brain is craving, you will likely fail, but it's not your fault. We have short term control to restrict food, but it really is unsustainable." Teresa Wagner, RD, LD Listen Here We're Hiring! Join our team and work for a company that makes a difference in peoples' lives! Current open positions: Customer Service Representative (NutriKey) Client Services/Front Desk Part Time - St. Paul Client Services/Front Desk Part Time - North Oaks Apply Here Connect with Us on Instagram! Want daily nutrition tips, recipe ideas and a sneak peek into what our nutritionists actually eat? Make sure to follow us on Instagram!⠀⁠  ASK A NUTRITIONIST HOW TO TAKE PROBIOTICS 7 Fermented foods e yogurt, sauerkraut, CFUperdayof pharmaceutical- L probiotics grade supplement L e e important for gut health For every 2,000 steps you take, it provides an extra 8 to 11% reduction in developing dementia, cancer and cardiovascular disease. X, MINIMIZE BN TR V7S 3 Ways to Reverse Prediabetes CHOOSE HEALTHY w BT LTS BODY Connect with Us Facebook Pinterest Instagram YouTube Share this email: Email Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Manage your preferences | Opt out using TrueRemove™ Got this as a forward? 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