15. Stock your kitchen with whole, minimally processed foods that are versatile so that you can use them in a lot of different recipes without getting bored.
“If I know I can spend only 15 minutes on a healthy meal, I can convince myself it’s better than spending 15 minutes stopping for fast food. So I try to make sure to have low-fuss ingredients on hand that make dinner easier. For example, I make shredded chicken in a crockpot and freeze it in one-serving portions. Then I’ll throw a serving in with quinoa, black beans, canned green chilis, and some salsa. Takes no time at all and is much more nutritious than Taco Bell and cheaper than Chipotle.”