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Many people find eating healthy to be a challenge, but it’s important to keep in mind that humans are only as good as the tools they use. Much of healthy eating simply comes down to good planning and preparation. From ovens and ranges to refrigerators and freezers, knowing how to use high-quality appliances can go a long way towards helping you eat healthier.

And although appliances can’t do all the work for you, they can definitely make your lifestyle choices easier. Here are a few tips on how to take advantage of your kitchen for healthy eating.

Don’t just think of your refrigerator as a place to keep food fresh. It’s also an important storage zone. If you organize the food in your fridge for easy access, you’ll be far less tempted to simply grab your phone and order out. And when it comes to snacks, make sure you have fresh vegetables and fruit pre-sliced and stored in conveniently sized containers.

The freezer is one of the most important tools you can use when it comes to eating healthier and cheaper. With a freezer, you can cook in bulk and ensure that you have healthy food conveniently available at any time. Make-ahead meals and breakfast foods are better and more fulfilling than store bought microwave meals. Plus, freezing your meals in advance takes the “figure out what to eat” part out of the equation, which often takes longer than cooking itself.

The ovens are wonderful for one-pot dishes and roasting vegetables. Pay close attention to your cookware. It’s worth investing in high-quality saucepans, saute pans, roasting dishes and dutch ovens. Steaming and broiling are the best methods when it comes to making delicious vegetables that pack the most flavour and nutrients.

MicrowaveOrganise the Fridge
The microwave isn’t just for making popcorn or cooking up old leftovers. Your microwave is a valuable time-saving tool that can make eating healthier easier. You can use your microwave to steam vegetables, bake potatoes, and defrost proteins in no time at all.


You can bake muffins and quick bread and store them in the freezer, and defrost them in the microwave for 15-30 seconds for an on-the-go breakfast. You can also freeze extra portions of spaghetti, chilli and other dishes to take for lunch or serve as leftovers.


A blender is an essential tool for making healthy smoothies and juices that can get the kids to eat their fruit

Toaster oven

Take advantage of your toaster oven to reheat leftovers with a smaller appliance and cut down on food waste. It may be a more efficient option than your oven for reheating smaller portions.s and vegetables without them even knowing.

These little changes to your appliances and how you use them are some really simple ways to help with healthier eating and overall lifestyle. So make sure that you make the most of your homes kitchen appliances!