Eating Healthy as a Bachelor


Are you living alone and just winging it? Bachelors seem to enjoy their space as much as their freedom, especially if they are into Finchley escorts but have they considered their health by the way in which they live fast foods, eating out of cartons or just microwaveable foodstuff.

I have even heard the comment, Well, I'm a bachelor and it doesn't matter what I eat. How many of you bachelors out there have owned up to this phrase? Is that how you really feel about your health? Or is that how you feel until something happens and you are forced to change your diet?

Well before you allow this catastrophe to happen, lets just take a look at a few things that you could adjust in your diet to make sure that if one day you decide to get married and have a family, and give up the Finchley escorts that you will be around for a long, long, time to come.

Lets start with breakfast. Do you have breakfast or do you just grab a greasy fry-up or a cup of coffee on the way to the office? Breakfast is the most important meal of the day as it keeps your metabolism in check especially in the weight area. By missing breakfast you may not be able to perform your daily duties as productively as you think you can. Breakfast doesn't have to be a three-course meal it could be cereal or fruits, now how hard was that?

Now how about lunch? What are you like at lunchtime? Do you go to the greasiest fast food place because its only five minutes away? Ok, when going for lunch you could go online and search for places close by and check their menus. If you are going with a group of friends its ok to state your point of view on where you spend your money especially if its to maintain a healthy diet.

When choosing something for lunch you can choose a salad, peas or beans, grilled chicken, which has a lot less calories than fried chicken and any other vegetable you could think of. With your meal try fruit juices instead of sodas. Also when choosing meat select lean cuts of meat. Just remember when ordering that you want to be around for a long time not die of a heart attack at age 45 so watch those calories.

At dinnertime don't over eat. Try something light so you don't feel bloated, like a sandwich. As you plan your meals try to stay away from excess fats, salts, sugars and calories. Just because you are a bachelor doesn't mean that you have to eat like one.