Interesting article

I’ve always thought this and still do as I embark on incorporating a new degree in nutrition. Its also why I enforce with my clients that they know themselves and their availability to do certain things or not…that when I recommend something it’s not set in stone..its just an educated recommendation that may help… ultimately its up to the client to enact what fits…which isn’t going to be everything….

Even though I have time or at least my partner has the time, and we have money, resources along with my knowledge and skills etc….We still can’t meal plan like I recommend people to do for healthy eating, not completely anyways…we still have our issues when it comes to these aspects too…even as an upcoming nutritionist. It’s being human…

I have always thought it takes a special kind of person to successfully plan and prepare healthy food especially when time and resources are limited.

Article link below:

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/budget-cooking-tips-low-income-families_l_5d8a7a9ae4b08f48f4abfa46?fbclid=IwAR3jwobS0Ei4n9MArQVNnLh56arSfv1cDxRE5Mw432EfYh_onihMj0OO3ns