“I don’t have enough time” is perhaps the most common excuse that people give for not eating healthier. As much as we know it’s important and say we will nix the fast food, when we’re heading home late after a long day at work, the drive-through is so much easier than breaking out the pots and pans, chopping up vegetables, and wondering what to substitute for the basil you forgot that you ran out of. But you can enjoy home-cooked meals every night by preparing enough servings of one or more recipes on the weekend so that you can reheat and eat several times during the week. This simple trick is a make-or-break practice for most people’s long-term weight-loss success, so here are a few recipes to help you get started.
| Sep 06, 2012
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