Food & Dining
Healthy Meals From Registered Dietician: Easy Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Options Picture this, you’ve been stuck all day at the office, then stuck for way too long on the bus getting home, then maybe your key got stuck in the door for the umpteenth time because you never have a minute to get another one cut. Screw it, you think, I’ll just order takeout. Dietician Kate Pfeffer-Scanlan knows how easy it is to open that app, open Netflix and just sit back and wait for your food to arrive, but she also knows how easy it is for bad eating habits to become a lifelong problem. That’s why with her new meal plans, she’s making healthy eating easy. With her new online hub, One Hungry Bunny, Pfeffer-Scanlan is proud to be bringing her extensive experience as an inpatient dietician in acute and rehabilitation clinical hospital settings to Americans like yourself who are wishing to adopt healthier eating practices. According to Live Strong's joint research with the Mayo Clinic, only 2.7% of Americans have a healthy lifestyle. This criteria requires people to be sufficiently physically active, have a healthy diet, be a non-smoker and have a healthy body- fat percentage. Moreover, according to the 2020- 2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, more than 80% of Americans’ diets are low in vegetables, fruits and other essential nutrients, meaning you are probably one of them. Owing to a number of systemic factors such as long working hours, the rise of takeout services, the number of processed foods available on supermarket shelves and more, One Hungry Bunny understands that it can feel overwhelmingly difficult and daunting to make a healthy lifestyle change. Pfeffer-Scanlan also understands that even if you want to adopt a more nutritionally balanced diet, you probably don’t know where to begin. As such, she is proud to be offering a collection of quick and easy meal ideas that cater to you, whether you are a cooking novice or home chef. Her new recipes make for tasty and filling additions to your everyday lifestyle, while still highlighting nutrient-dense ingredients. Her individualized meal plans provide solutions for your breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as for snacks in- between meals. Using a core ethos of nutrition supported by sound science, One Hungry Bunny's delicious new breakfast recipes include highlights like Easy Baked Shakshuka With Fennel and Goat's Cheese, and if you are a sweet tooth, Healthy Berry Overnight French Toast. For lunch, you can select from options like Kale Persimmon Salad With Homemade Croutons or her Better Than Takeout Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps. Pfeffer-Scanlan has also taken care of dinner with simple takes on traditional meals like her Gnocci or Chicken With Fennel And Orange Sheet Pan Dinners. Go to http://onehungrybunny. com to find out more.