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How to Follow Your Meal Plan When You are Busy

One way to help yourself if you’re recovering from an eating disorser is meal planning. It is much easier if you plan your meals a week ahead so you won’t forget. Talking to loved ones can help in you sticking to your meal plan. Your loved ones can help remind you to stick to your meal plan. They can also help you plan your meals and you should also ask them for help when you need it.

Key Takeaways:

  • Communicate with those with whom you share meals to avoid their getting you off track
  • Plan breakfast and lunch ahead of time, just as you would for dinner
  • Have healthy snacks handy at all times in case needed

“Particularly on weeks when you are busy, having a plan in place will help you prioritize your recovery.”

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