A Healthy Eating Program for One

SoloDining is a program designed to develop healthy eating habits for people who cook for themselves. We’ll give When dining alone, you can still honor the process of fueling your body and brain with healthy ingredients.


Cooking healthy meals on a budget is definitely possible. We’ll show you ways to save money while nourishing your body. This program is a guide to creating real value meals for people who are new to cooking:

Session 1: The Building Blocks of Nutrition

Understand macronutrients (proteins, fats, carbs and sugars) and their role in a balanced diet.

Learn about micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) and their importance for overall health.

Explore food labels and making informed choices while grocery shopping.

Session 2: Meal Planning:

Develop personalized meal plans that suits your tastes and dietary preferences.

Explore different food groups and incorporating a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats and ensure the inclusion of essential nutrients in each meal.

Strategizing leftovers to minimize food waste and save time.

Session 3: Recipe Collection:

Curate a diverse collection of simple, nutritious recipes created for one person.

Incorporate time-saving cooking techniques and use easily accessible ingredients.

Provide recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks to ensure balanced nutrition throughout the day.

Recipes will cater to different dietary requirements such as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or lactose-free.

Cooking Techniques:

Learn basic cooking techniques and kitchen skills.

Teach efficient meal preparation methods, such as batch cooking, freezing, and repurposing leftovers.

Encourage the use of healthy cooking methods, such as steaming, baking, and stir-frying.

Suggest alternatives to processed ingredients, such as homemade sauces, dressings, and spice blends.

Mindful Eating:

Promote the practice of mindful eating to develop a healthy relationship with food.

Encourage individuals to savor and appreciate each meal, being present in the moment.

Emphasize the importance of recognizing hunger and fullness cues.

Discuss strategies to overcome emotional eating and foster a positive mindset toward food.

Support and Accountability:

Provide access to online communities or forums where participants can connect and share their experiences.

Offer resources such as shopping lists, meal planning templates, and cooking tips.

Set realistic goals and tracking progress to maintain motivation.

Offer regular check-ins and reminders to ensure participants stay on track.

By emphasizing nutrition education, meal planning, diverse recipes, cooking techniques, mindful eating, and ongoing support, SoloDining enables participants to prioritize their well-being, make informed food choices, and enjoy delicious and nutritious meals while cooking for themselves.