So you took the time to cook a healthy dinner and made sure to stay away from soda, potato chips, and anything fried. Great job! That’s a big step forward towards developing and maintaining a healthy diet.
However, just because you cooked a healthy lunch or dinner don’t assume you’re clear of any nutritional dangers. It’s one thing to prepare a healthy meal, but a whole other obstacle to monitor the portion size, drinks, and “extras” that have the potential to get added to that meal.
Here’s an example to get you thinking about possible caloric dangers even you prepare a healthy meal.