I love tuna. Fresh, tinned, whatever ways it’s served, I can’t get enough of it. I find it so easy to have as a snack too. It fills me up, it’s simple to eat, and with a banana (not together though), it’s a perfect post-workout snack. This is one of my favourite healthy dinner recipes. It’s so quick, it only takes a few minutes to prep.
The key to success, staying consistent, feeling good and fitting great in your clothes, is to be organised, and have healthy dinner recipes to hand. I can find you so many simple recipes, but you’ve got to stock up your house with simple, go-to ingredients, so you’re not stuck.
It’s the times your stuck that you can undo all your hard work. You’ve got to re-enforce your healthy habits, so it becomes just a part of your life. (Find a list of my top healthy habits here).
Having 10-15 healthy dinner recipes that you can rustle up quickly, will save you a lot of stress in the long run.
If you’re avoiding starchy carbohydrates for your last meal, which if you’re trying to lose weight, I recommend you do, you can eat all the meals I recommend, with a salad, and feed everyone else the same dinner, but with rice, potatoes or pasta, instead of salad.
You don’t need to cook lots of different meals for everyone, just learn some simple recipes, that aren’t packed with starchy carbohydrates.
I hope you enjoy this one,