Awhile ago, I decided I needed to eat healthier. At first, I made a resolution to change the entire way I eat, which ended up failing, because I was trying to do too much at once. This time around, I decided to deal with one meal at a time.
First, I decided to ditch the sugar coated candy for breakfast route, along with the I'm late I think I'll grab a greasy fast food breakfast route. I tried eating regular oatmeal(not the instant stuff, but the whole rolled oats stuff), and find it most bland. Searched for some better ways to make it, and now I look forward to my morning oatmeal+blueberry+craisin+cinammon bowl every morning. Not a bit of added sugar, and it tastes most wonderful!
So, on to the second part. I need to start doing healthier lunches or dinner. Looking for suggestions that are easy and quick to make. If it isn't either, I'm likely to end up doing some crap that I'm trying to give up. And I'm only making this for myself. Also, my grandmother and uncle have both gotten diabetes, so I believe that any attempt to curb the everything-has-sugar-added foods now is probably a grand idea. I don't want to have to watch what I eat, I want to want good foods.