Nutrition Month TIP#6: Make healthy eating easy. Organize your fridge so healthy foods are the first ones you see.

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When you open your fridge door, the first foods you should see are healthy ones. Studies show that people are more likely to choose healthy foods, such as vegetables and fruit, if
they’re easily available. Try these simple tips to organize a healthy fridge:
• Keep fresh snacks, such as hard-boiled eggs, cut veggies and fruit, bean dips and yogurt in plain sight.
• If you have snacks that are higher in fat and/or sugar, such as cakes and pudding, put them into containers you can’t see through – that way, you won’t be tempted. Do this with foods in your pantry too!
• Keep milk, sparkling water and pitchers of plain water front and centre. Add lemon, lime or orange slices or mint leaves to water for a refreshing drink.
• Keep your fridge free of clutter so you can see the healthy foods you have.

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Susan is passionate about teaching others how to achieve optimal health and wellness by taking the confusion out of nutrition and promoting fun ways to stay active. Susan has been a certified fitness instructor for over 8 years and enjoys teaching yoga, pilates, and fitball classes at Elite Fitness and Dance. However, her main interest in nutrition has led her in the direction of becoming a registered dietitian. Susan completed her undergrad in Human Nutritional Science at the University of Manitoba and has recently completed her dietetic internship with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Currently she is now combining her fitness skills with her nutrition knowledge and offering comprehensive nutritional and lifestyle coaching. Prior to becoming a dietitian, Susan worked as a sales executive for a variety of paint manufactures for over 10 years. She created innovative sales initiatives and marketing programs for corporate and independent retails stores. Now with her knowledge of nutrition and her business experience, she helps restaurants and food service operations create healthier meals options for their customers. Susan is highly involved in community health promotion, as she has been appointed to sit on the Recreation and Wellness Commission of Niverville and the Chair person for the South Eastman RHA District Health Advisory Council Western division. She is the co-founder of former the Niverville Active Living and she has put on many community health promotion activities such as: * Lose It For Life - Weight loss / Lifestyle Transformation program * Family Fitness Month…Win A Will Contest * Niverville Fair ~ Smoothie Booth * Community Cholesterol Reduction Challenge * Cooking On A Budget * Couch Potato Race She is a member of the College of Dietitians of Manitoba, Dietitians of Canada, Manitoba Fitness Council and the Canadian Obesity Network. In her spare time, Susan enjoys cooking for her family, gardening, photography and being physically active outdoors with her husband and friends.
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