Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

These 15 Meal Prep Ideas Will Make You Rethink Your Entire Eating Habits.

We are in a time when people are becoming more health conscious with their food choices. They are beginning to understand the importance of loving their body. Loving your body means learning how to eat the right way in order to keep yourself healthy. Many people are learning that meal prepping is a great way to control the amount of food that they're eating, while also spending less money at the grocery store. Check out these wonderful tips, advice, and even some delicious dinner ideas! Maybe it will inspire you to start meal planning, too!

Meal planning can be extremely beneficial to not only your health, but to your schedule, as well.

It's important to remember that meal prepping is pretty convenient during your busy week, but some planning goes into it. If you stay organized, meal prepping will be a quick, and easy, process.

You have to keep your nutritional goals in mind when planning your meals.

Are you trying to lose weight, or just maintain the weight that you recently lost? Do you have an active or sedentary lifestyle? Make sure to take those things into account, because they really do matter.

Some people think that if they're meal prepping they have to eat the same thing everyday, or that they can't have delicious meals anymore, but that's not true.

This reddit user proved that you can still have meals that aren't just filling, but are completely satisfying, as well. She made a dinner of oven roasted courgette and aubergine, boiled carrots, asparagus, baby corn and kale. She also prepared ginger and soy sauce chicken breast, and to mix it up she made coconut and lime chicken breast curry, with lemongrass, spinach, onions.

Make sure you give yourself plenty of time to plan out what you'd like to eat for the week.

If you're clueless as to where to start, a good guideline is a combination of 1 Carb + 1 Protein + 1 Green.

One of the biggest benefits of meal prepping is the fact that it's good on your wallet.

This person made a total of 48 breakfast burritos and it only cost them $25! Saving all of that money means you can save up for that vacation you've been wanting to take, or buy those concert tickets you didn't think you could afford!

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