Take your time at the grocery store and refer to your grocery list.
Do not run with your shopping cart before you grab your grocery list.
Stick to your grocery list for the sake of your grocery budget, list of meals, and nutrition's sake.
If you want to stick to your grocery budget and food list, go to the store alone. Do not take your hubby, your kids, the neighbor, a stranger on the street, or anyone else.
If I have an ingredient, but I am getting low, I will add it to my grocery list, even though I may not be using it that week and this assures I never run out of that item.
When I am in the store, I train my eyes not to wander to food items that are not on my grocery list. This hurts my budget and waistline.
Never grocery shop when hungry, everything not good for the body looks exceptionally good to the eye when you are hungry. Somehow these not so nutritious items end up in my cart.
lSteam, grill, bake, or eat your vegetable raw. Never cook all the nutrients out of vegetables.
It is for the reasons above that it is your right to question your doctor. It is your right to have undivided time with your doctor and ask questions. It is your right to receive the right answers to your nagging health questions and concerns.
My husband and I married in 1969. My husband was 22 years old, and I was 21 years old. We were very young and inexperienced in most everything, including remodeling of our first home.