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Tasty Tuesday Tip of the Day: A foodie's favorite day of the week here at LG.com... TASTY TUESDAY :) Today's tip is about how to enjoy without overindulging. As many of you know, I talk about a place of "enough without the excess" when it comes to nutrition; it's a sweet spot where we are eating enough that our bodies can synthesize muscle to achieve that fit look without the excess so that we're not storing fat. One way to ensure you're doing that is to create single serving meals. I find this especially helpful when it comes to carbohydrates and treats. I mean... when's the last time you went crazy overeating grilled chicken and felt guilty about it haha. On the other hand, I can recall a few times where I reached for a flaming hot cheeto only to realize I ate the entire "family size" bag ;)
2 Ways to Set Up the Single Serving
(1) FOOD CONTAINERS: Since too much of even a good thing can be a bad thing, food containers are a great option for holding 1 portion of a complete meal. When you meal prep, use your portion hand guide found in Eat Your Way Lean to "measure" out proper portions and place them into containers. There's no temptation to sneak extra this way!
(2) MUFFIN TINS: Muffin tins are a great way to make different meals from mini quiches (recipe here) to mini meatloafs and to take into consideration portions! If you're someone who has a difficult time drawing the portion line, you will love meals made in muffin tins for the boost in self control!
Here's a single serve Baked Cinnamon Apple Recipe you'll love this Thanksgiving!
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