Deciding what to eat two to three times a day can be challenging and tiring. To factor in certain types of foods can feel like a hassle at first, but it does not have to be complicated. The first step is to make it a priority, to be more intentional with what you decide to eat. For example, if you have a busy lifestyle, going to the grocery store virtually or in person to pick up certain essentials can help you make healthy choices when it’s available in your pantry. When shopping, choose fruits and veggies, protein like fish, chicken, and eggs, and if you prefer plant based, tofu, tempeh and nuts. Whole grains for your carb intake are a tasty and healthy upgrade over white bread. For snack choices, a good starter option can be nuts, hummus and dried fruit. Develop a healthy relationship with food. If at any time you feel overwhelmed or in need for more direction, working with a dietician can be an option for you.