This year, make the commitment to eating healthier. You will see an array of health benefits, such as more energy, an active sex drive, better sleep, and weight loss. In order to take the first steps of your new journey, teach yourself how to cook. For the cooking challenged: we have composed a list of a few ways to learn how to cook healthier.
Check independent used bookstores for newly published and classic healthy cookbooks. Limit your search to only books with a big inventory of healthy recipes. Use Amazon’s eBook and paperback sections to expand your healthy cuisine knowledge. The ecommerce offers a very wide selection of book options, so research some of the best ones for your needs before you click buy.
Checkout sites like Recipes.com and FoodNetwork.com for instructional videos and brief TV segments. These videos show you how to cook your chosen recipe and add a few tricks and tips here and there. Use keywords to find the most useful videos. Try a generic ‘healthy recipe’ search, or a more focused cuisine or main ingredients one.
Look for Recipes Online
Simply search the internet database for recipes that match ingredients already chosen, or your dream healthy dish to cook. For healthy cooking inspiration: view digital health food or housekeeping magazines. Also subscribe to health food sites and bloggers.
Watch Cooking Shows
During your free time, watch instructional cooking shows. Food Network and Cooking Channel offer an extensive collection of cooking programs geared towards helping viewers learn to cook.
Pick a few favorite shows on these networks to DVR each week. These videos will be available when you need them to practice your healthy cooking. Also consider designating a couple of hours each week to watching these programs and practicing.
Take a Course
Free or cheap cooking courses are often available at various local places. Find free cooking classes at your local culinary school, or specialized hobby based studios. Also check community centers, markets, and grocery stores for available cooking courses.
Find online health education and cooking courses on skillshare sites such as Udemy. Use Udemy to gain a health food knowledge certificate or other healthy living based skills. Utilize discounts for Udemy classes by applying coupons when possible.
Consult a Nutritionist
Always consult a nutritionist. He can answer all your pressing health food questions, as well as offer diet plan and recipe recommendations. A nutritionist can also guide you so that you avoid shocking your body too much due to the major food changes.