A big part of healthy living is eating healthy. Don’t be fooled, you can’t eat junk and loads of processed foods and expect to get a healthy body. In fact, without eating the right foods to nourish and sustain your body, you won’t even look healthy, let along feel healthy. That’s why I like to include as many fresh foods in my daily regimen as possible.
My husband and I make it a point to shop in the “outer realm” of the grocery store because we know that the outside isles are the ones that contain the foods that need life support. It’s true, the farther you go into the middle of the grocery store, the more foods you’ll find that can stay boxed or canned for years. You don’t need food to stay in your system that long, you just need food to do its job, refuel your body.
Today, there really isn’t any excuse for not being able to have fresh vegetables, fruits and quality meats in your diet. Technology has brought us so many excellent products that can keep foods fresh and tasty until you are ready to eat them.
GE’s new French Door refrigerator does fresh best. GE has equipped this refrigerator with the technology to keep foods fresher longer, keep food smells from mixing and provides the capacity to hold more, so you’re free to stock up and not worry about your food going bad.
Other ways that you can incorporate technology into your healthy lifestyle is:
Download a recipe app so you’re always ready to create something wonderful with those veggies
Use the calendar on your phone or computer to plan out your menu for the week so that you know exactly what you will be feeding your family
Use a fitness app to track your calories and fitness activities so you can keep you weight in check
Purchase a heart-rate monitor to use when you workout so that you know exactly how many calories you are burning
Wear a pedometer during the day so you can track your goal to 10,000 steps (recommended number for healthy living)
Take advantage of technology to help you not only eat better, but live better.
With ultra-filtered water from the first ever hands-free dispenser, and micro-climate controls powered by TwinChill technology, the new GE French Door Refrigerator is engineered to push the limits of fresh.
Disclosure: Compensation was provided by GE via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of GE