Believe it or not Fall is right around the corner. The ninety-degree temperatures will be gone and the kids will be back in school. The pools are empty and the traffic on the roads is full again. The nights are getting shorter and cooler. Our free-time in the summer months will give way to a more predictable schedule in the fall. The beginning of the school year is a good time to regroup and get back on the healthy lifestyle train.
A quick and easy way to get your nutrition back on track is to try some delicious roasted vegetables. Roasting vegetables can be as easy as placing cut up vegetables on a flat tray and adding some salt and olive oil. Turn the over to 325 and let roast for 30-40 minutes. Roasted vegetables are easy to prepare and a good way to get some complex carbs. If you want even more flavor, try this recipe from Chelsea’s Messy Apron Blog.
For more information on the benefits of complex carbs in your diet, see our Complex Carb Challenge at www.Strengthforlife.us.