I want to eat healthy, but I'm an incredibly picky eater.
I eat microwavable/frozen food about 75% of the time, the only real healthy food I like is grilled chicken, but you can only eat the same thing so much.
I don't know what to do, I'm willing to try stuff, but I just can't stomach most things.
Somehow I'm only about 10lbs over weight according to my doctor, but I know in 5-10 years, my body won't be able to make things so easy for me and I need to step up.
>you can only eat the same thing so much
>implying i dont eat 4 to 5 servings of pic related every day
>implying i havent kept it up for several months now
How bad do you want it? I'll be honest I've eaten grilled chicken and either Brown rice when I started or whole wheat noodles every day for lunch at work. I started 2 years ago.
It's easier for me, make it all on Sunday portion out each day before work. Otherwise figure out a way to change it up, get a calorie tracker and keep track that way. After a while try new things, I used to never do that now every now and then I do, found out I like more healthy things now.
eating healthy doesn't mean eating nothing but salads and shit
you can eat stews and bbq and all that great stuff, just make it yourself and don't eat as much as you normally would
if you like chicken soup, then make up a bunch of it yourself and freeze it in individual servings
do the same with meatballs and gravy, pulled pork, chicken schnitzel and so on. things you make yourself will have less sodium than their premade counterparts, but the big thing is you can portion control easier
also try and make sure whatever starch you eat has lots of fiber. brown or wild rice instead of white rice and whole wheat pasta instead of regular pasta. the fda says you should get around 40g of fiber a day, but you really should aim for 60-80
also if you tend to snack a lot, replace crackers and chips with nuts and sunflower seeds. they're calorie dense, but they have good amounts of fiber and protein in them. plus they've got those good fats that most delicious food is lacking in.
Are you a fucking child? Eat like a normal person, changing your diet slowly over a period of weeks if you're literally vomiting
You sound like the people who 'want to quit smoking' but then do nothing about it