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Kevin Rompa's Tips for Healthy Eating

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Action 2 News This Morning anchor Kevin Rompa is a healthy eater.

About three years ago, he changed his diet to avoid processed food and focus on eating a plant-based diet of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and grains.

Kevin invited viewers into his kitchen to see that it's not difficult to make the change, if you have a system:

"Breakfast is a handful of almonds or cashews, a spoonful of peanut butter and I'm out the door! How's that for fast food? But all that protein fills me up and keeps me feeling full for hours.

I grab a handful of nuts every couple hours to keep me feeling full. Along with banana and apple, lunch is often a homemade smoothie with lots of frozen fruit, kale and almond milk, or maybe a bowl of frozen veggies with spices I add.

It's all quick to make, very economical and very good for you!

Dinner will be heating up one of the three healthy recipes I make in advance each week..

In this case, I have some chili I made for snacks. I always have my special homemade peanut butter cookies on hand, loaded with grains and proteins.

Best advice I can give is never beat yourself if you have a bad eating day. Tomorrow's a new day and you can just start fresh again in the morning."




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