“Eating food you have prepared is a great way to ensure you are getting good nutrition without a lot of added fats, sugars, or additives,” says Brittany Crim, lecturer in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education. “Regular grocery shopping is a great habit to help ensure you are equipped with what you need to prepare your own meals. Knowing how to navigate the grocery store and choose items that are nutritious is a good way to help you stick to a healthy lifestyle.”
These quick research-based tutorials can help guide you and ensure that your next grocery store run leads to a healthier diet.
Bonus: Read Senior Lecturer Dixie Stanforth’s research about how social influences can undermine diet and exercise decision-making.