Now that the new year is upon us and I have set my mind on becoming healthier, I know that changes need to be made when it comes to getting in shape, drinking more water and eating better. Yikes!
Drinking water is not a problem for me since I am usually walking around with a water bottle and I plan on joining a gym to get in shape (as long as I actually go). All that’s left is to come up with a plan of action for eating better. That’s where Good Food Made Simple comes in for some of my meals.
Good Food Made Simple products include several varieties of frozen oatmeal, egg patties, breakfast burritos, breakfast bowls, mac ‘n cheese and entrée burritos. Not only are their products quick and convenient but they are also made with all-natural ingredients.
Knowing the ingredients of a product is really important. It’s so important that Good Food Made Simple has launched a “Eat Clean, Eat Simple,” campaign that challenges us consumers to take control over what we put into our bodies.
Unfortunately, sometimes we’re confused and misled by what we read on labels (at least I am) which usually results in eating anything whether its bad or good. Eat Clean, Eat Simple will educate us on what to look for when we’re reading labels so that we feel comfortable that we’re eating good, all-natural, wholesome ingredients.
Be sure to check out Eat Clean, Eat Simple by visiting GoodFoodMadeSimple.com/eatclean. While you’re there you’ll have access to:
- Unacceptable Ingredient glossary – a resource for consumers as they read labels
- Eat Clean, Eat Simple food myth of the week
- An ingredient quiz
- Coupons and a chance to win a “Clean Supermarket Sweep” – a grocery-shopping spree with a food expert to guide label reading and clean food purchasing.
You’ll also be able to enter the Eat Clean, Eat Simple. Simply take a brief quiz to test your label reading and we’ll send you a coupon for your participation and you’ll be entered to win a $500 supermarket sweep!
Do you read the labels on the products you buy? How do you eat healthy?
Disclosure: This post is part of a Good Food Made Simple Campaign. However, ALL opinions are my own.