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Healthy Habits Challenge #2: Make Meals Healthier

Healthy Habits Challenge #2: Make Meals Healthier

Second week of Healthy Habits Challenge concentrates on healthy eating.

Welcome to week two of the Healthy Habits Challenge with Poidevin! I'm Robin Carpenter and I've been nominated by my teammates Sara Poidevin to introduce the "Make Meals Healthier" theme. As someone who spends a lot of time in the kitchen, this theme is right up my alley. 

Since we're all spending more time at home during this difficult period, it's important that we make healthy choices and commit to positive change. My Rally Cycling team and I are challenging you, over the next seven days, to make one meal, each day, just a little bit healthier. Remember, we're not asking you to make a big change, we're asking you to make a small one. You get three opportunities each day to make your meals a little bit healthier. Maybe you add some greens to your meal or use a little less oil in your stir fry. The options are endless. 

We want to see what creative things you come up with - simply record a video or take a photo of yourself making a meal healthier, let us know what you did to make it happen, and use #HealthyHabitswithPoido in your social media post. 

We're looking forward to seeing what you come up with. Keep cooking my friends. 

- Robin

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