Try to avoid fried foods and fast food. Share a meal with a friend or take half of it home. Take healthy snacks with you to work, such as apples or fat-free yogurt with fruit. An easy way to do this is to simply add more fruits and vegetables to your daily meals.
Make your meals as colorful as possible. Cut an apple into the cereal, dip the carrot sticks in hummus as a quick snack, eat a colorful salad for lunch, make a smoothie in the afternoon, or add chopped tomato and onion to the scrambled eggs. Always think about what you can add to a meal instead of what you should bring (for example, to reduce calories). Eating foods such as fruits, vegetables, and lean meats can really help your fitness journey.
There are even some delicious and healthy snack options to take advantage of. Getting fresh air when exercising outdoors is great, but along with it, you also get harmful UV rays. That's why, like all of us, you'll most likely try to clean up your performance and start eating healthy. Regular exercise with resistance and strength training combined with a balanced diet will help you develop a healthy body and self-image (including your mental health) and get in shape.