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Hi my name is Clemmie Pellew- Harvey, I'm nutritional therapist. Here are my top tips on how to improve nutrition for busy moms As nutritional therapist, lots of people ask me about meal prepping and how to stay organized in the kitchen. So it's really important if you want to kind of improve the wellbeing that you actually prioritize that time for you. Lots of people kind of don't make time for that but actually seeing it as a part-time job and just incorporating it to your life will make it so much easier. So lots of my clients tend to kind of use, take one to two hours each week to meal prep. They go shopping, they write the kind of to do list, like give them recipe packs and then they spend a few hours just prepping. It can be really, really simple things. So for example, for breakfast, you can do like a big oat bircher. You can prep that Monday to Friday, put it in your fridge and then it's done and something that you can also do with the kids as well, getting them involved. Lunch time, again just my tip would be to keep it really, really simple. And to meal prep simple meals maybe kind of two to three things, putting them in tupperware, keeping them in the fridge and then the same for dinner. So it's all about organization and that's going to get you the best results.
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