Cutting unhealthy food from your diet doesn’t have to mean cutting back on your social life. In years gone by, I found eating out often left me compromising how and what I wanted to eat to support my health goals.
Now days, I have to confess, I don’t eat out anywhere as often as I used to, and when I do, I choose places that tick my boxes for providing either organic or locally grown chemical free produce. I always make sure that the chef is up to date on what qualifies as a healthy fats and which should and shouldn’t be use in cooking processes.
Some establishments local to me in NSW, Australia are:
- Rushcutters, 10 Neild Ave, Rushcutters with Chef, Martin Boetz
- About life, Rozelle, Bondi and Cammeray
- Agape Organic Restaurant and Bar – Botany
- Cooh Organic Café – Pitt Road North Curl Curl
If you’re just starting to become more aware of your food choices, and trying hard to make healthier ones, and eating out is a big part of your social life, then you may find yourself asking “do I break my resolve or break my date”!
Thankfully it doesn’t require such extremes, and in fact if you started following just a couple of my ‘Top Five Tips For Eating Out’, then you might just find its a whole lot easier than you first thought.
I shared with Kelly Sloan over a bite to eat, what my ‘Top Five Tips For Eating Out’ are, for those not wanting to comprise their health goals or their social life!
To find out how you can have the best of both worlds, whether your trying to lose weight or just make healthy choices, click here or on the image below and take a look and the clip of our chat!
If on the other hand, you happen to love preparing meals at home and you’re looking for tasty, easy, and delicious recipes ideas, click here or on the image below to pick up a copy of my book Rocket Fuel On A Budget
Yours in health and vitality,
#1 Amazon Best Selling Author, Founder, Energy Coaching Institute and HealthyMEtv Ambassador