How do you teach yourself to "eat healthy"?

How do you teach yourself to "eat healthy"? I've finally gotten myself to go to the gym most days of the week but my diet is just filth. I'm always complaining that I have nothing at home so I order shit. How do i break the habit bros and where can I find good recipes that I can make at home?

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    doordash is satan reincarnate truly evil
    make your own meals
    the only thing i have eaten for the past few years is rice, vegetables, ground beef, eggs, greek yogurt, sardines, chicken breast. nothing else ever. no bs snacks or sweets or pizza
    even on special occassions like parties
    eating for pleasure is so fucking bad for you

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You sound boring, tbh.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        you sound like a coping moron id fuck on a cocaine binge
        why the fuck did you ask for help if you dont want to change your ways? stupid fat fuck

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Lmfao whatever you say you little gay

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            thats right bitch, whatever I say

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              No no, you misunderstood me. "Whatever you say," as in, what you responded with was an obvious projection of your absolute lack of confidence, testosterone levels, and accomplishment in life. You furiously typed an angry response like that because you constantly struggle with feelings of low self worth and self hatred, which is a pretty faggy thing to do. So, enjoy being a waste of space. Lmfao.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Buy lots of groceries in bulk and meal plan so you are never stuck wondering what to eat, that's when you give into temptation. It can take a long time to kick cravings. 3 years ago I quit soda and sugar, 2 years ago other junk food, 1 year ago all takeout. In hindsight I changed things very slowly but surely, now I don't crave any of that stuff I mentioned.

          He's not the OP dummy, check poster count at bottom of page.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Doordash is great if you're hungover. Don't shit on my boy. It only sucks if you lack discipline.
      Making your own meals is king, obviously.
      Eating for pleasure is ALWAYS a good thing. You shouldn't eat boring meals. You should look forward to eating. The important thing is that you're eating the right foods, in the right quantities. But it should always be pleasurable when you do this.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You can eat healthy while not torturing yourself.
      You must be a mega-fatty if you can't handle good food.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        food is something i dont give a shit about
        i dont eat to get a dopamine rush i just get fuel into my body and move on with my day
        im not torturing myself although you would see it as torture because youre addicted to being a gay

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Okay fatass

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >eating for pleasure is so fucking bad for you
      Bro, you can eat healthy and tasty food. You don't need to be a fucking monk unless you're going to be an IFBB pro.
      A bit of seasoning and sauce won't kill you.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        you do you bro

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >doordash is satan reincarnate truly evil
      Who the fuck wastes 1/4 of their food bill on having it brought to them with tip? Holy shit just go into the grocery store for food readily available for consumption.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm not much of a cook, so I always just google easy/healthy/cheap/quick recipes for dinner, and then I eat frozen fruit or eggs on toast for lunch/breakfast. Easy-peasy.

    It's literally as simple as
    >Google recipes
    >Write list of ingredients you need
    >Buy the ingredients
    >Follow the recipe

    I usually make a double-batch of whatever I'm cooking, so I only have to cook once every 2 days. Then I reheat the leftovers on the second day.

    Here is one recipe that I've tried so far:
    https://natashaskitchen.com/chicken-broccoli-and-mushroom-stir-fry (This one is good with some lemon squeezed in. I didn't like it much without the lemon)

    Here are some more recipes I plan on trying:
    https://houseofnasheats.com/skillet-lemon-chicken-rice
    https://downshiftology.com/recipes/lemon-vinaigrette (It's just vinaigrette - I've never made a vinaigrette before so I looked up a recipe to put on salads)
    https://damndelicious.net/2016/05/23/garlic-butter-salmon-foil

    As you can see, I fucking love lemon. We have a lemon tree on the property, so I plan on utilising that tasty bastard.

    If you pick out recipes that you enjoy which are easy to cook, it'll make the process a lot easier.
    Picrel is also good. Next time you go grocery shopping, look for these little sachets. They usually have a recipe on the back and they're really easy. All you have to do is collect the ingredients and you're away.

    When you go grocery shopping, always take a list with you.
    It's ok to buy yourself a little 'good job' snack. Eg: if you know that soda is your weakness, buy a 6 pack of coke. You're allowed 1 can per day, as a reward for eating healthy. ONLY if you ate healthy. Or it could be a reward for an extra 30 minutes of workout. My point is - reward yourself. Don't indulge yourself.

    And make things as easy as possible. A healthy meal could be as simple as baking 1 chicken breast and mixing it with a fuckload of chopped salad greens. Easy-peasy. Takes you like 15 minutes total.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >make a double-batch of whatever I'm cooking, so I only have to cook once every 2 days
      Yeah this is a must if you are wanting to eat healthy homemade meals every day and don't have a wife or mommy to do it for you. Cooking good shit takes time.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Adding to this:
      Fruit and vegetables go bad at the speed of light. Don't buy more than you'll realistically consume. You'll probably have to go grocery shopping once every 4 days or so.
      At least, that's my experience.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I appreciate the indepth response friend. I'll check these recipes put and give them a shot. I just need to get better about prepping and making things I can easily eat later. I'm so bad at it

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        No worries, mate. It'll get much easier once you establish a routine.
        Be sure to check through the ingredients of every recipe. Sometimes, a recipe will sound healthy until one particular ingredient spoils it (eg: a cup of heavy cream).
        If you like the sound of a recipe, but you don't like a particular ingredient, you may be able to substitute the ingredient with something healthier. If you don't know what to substitute the ingredient for, google is really helpful for this. There will be some wild and improbable answers. (eg: you can replace egg with applesauce in baking recipes) but they're good.
        Once you get used to a handful of basic recipes that you really enjoy, you can start playing with them - adding different Hispanices or flavours.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Do Lyle McDonald's Rapid Fat Loss diet as prescribed (i.e., do it for as long as your bodyfat levels dictate).
    When you've reached the end of the diet period, do the same diet just with some added carb sources (ideally potatoes) and fat sources (olive oil, butter, fatty fish/fattier cuts of meat).

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just force yourself to do it and your body will eventually reset to it naturally inside 50 days

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    If you have nothing at home, start buying shit to eat you retard. If you buy yourself food to eat, you can eat it when you're hungry,

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Not having a lot of food home is a good way to start eating healthier, as in, if you don't have anything at home besides the healthy stuff, you gotta eat the healthy stuff right?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Or tubby mclard uses that as an excuse to go out and eat like shit. If you have good food that you like to eat at home you wont eat shit food from elsewhere.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Is working out when you have a shit diet a waste of time and energy? Should I get my diet under control before working out?

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