• Pick a day to make your weekly plan. Knowing your meals and making the list will keep the budget in  check as well as your health.
• Having staples on hand like rice, beans, seasonings, nutritional yeast, frozen fruits and veggies will make meals on the fly easy-peasy.
• Go for color! More veggies and fruit of different colors will automatically help with diversity of nutrients, plus it will be more appealing to the eye.
•  Serve soups and chilis over greens for lunch for a healthy way to get your greens in, minus the oily/fat-laden salad dressings, hooray!
•  Cook the same meal on the same night each week. Taco Tuesday can be a very inexpensive weekly meal! Choose brown rice and beans for the base.
•  Before you go to bed, jar up some oats, fruit and non-dairy milk for breakfast. Add in dates, cinnamon, apples, nuts, chia, etc. etc and you’ll be full for many hours!
•  Every week make one homemade dressing or sauce that you know is super healthy and Yummy…(see the HealthyFactsInc.com Recipe list for ideas)
•  Give your digestive system a well-needed rest. Consider choosing 8 hours to eat your meals and the 16 hours that you won’t.