In December, we’re going to begin a series of posts to help you create healthy meals quickly and easily. Many people watch cooking shows on TV or the web and see entertaining chefs, special untensils, unusual techniques and lots of little glass bowls filled with lots of premeasured ingredients. They think they can’t possibly do that – it’s too complicated. They’re overwhelmed and maybe even a bit intimidated.

We want to show you that healthy cooking is really easy, if you know the tricks. In the coming weeks we will introduce you to cooking tips and techniques that almost anyone can use to prepare healthy meals. We will also show you how to find the healthiest items on a typical restaurant menu. We’ll also show you how to get the most when grocery shopping, and how to save time and money at the market too.

We will discuss a different topic, tip or technique each Friday in this blog, starting on the first Friday in December. So watch for these great “how to” articles.

Preparing healthy and great-tasting meals doesn’t have to be complicated. With just a few ingredients and some simple skills, almost anyone can enjoy healthy meals in a snap.

Remember, healthy choices each day can transform families for generations! What choices will you make today?

Do You Wish Your Kid’s Ate Better? Check out our FREE eBook at Many of the strategies in this book can be used by both children and adults.
You may also want to read: 3 Tips for Simple, Healthy Choices, Being Healthy Doesn’t Have to Be Hard, A Calorie is Not Just a Calorie 

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4 Responses to Healthy Meals in a Snap – Coming Every Friday!

  1. J. Winslow says:

    Meals in a Snap! Woo-HOO, bring ‘em on!
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  2. I can’t wait, Michael! I am an abysmal cook and end up buying everything at my local Whole Foods…I literally go there daily since I can walk from my home!! But how nice and cheaper it would be if I actually cooked some food myself!! LOL!!
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  3. Gina Hiatt says:

    Michael, this is good timing, because I’m just planning to get back into cooking. I haven’t really cooked in years, and when I look at all my really old favorite recipes, they are so not healthy. So I can use a review of healthy ways to cook, along with some good ideas for delicious food.
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  4. I love to cook but as a busy entrepreneur and single mom I have slipped and started to revert to eating foods that aren’t so hot for me – I’m excited about this series because the “Snap” part is of high value in my life right now!
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