Manage your meal portions, Avoid overeating!
Most of us start off the day with the best intentions for eating healthy. With today's hectic schedules and an abundance of convenience foods, it's easy to get off track even when you want to stay on course.
Whether you're trying to lose weight or just eat right, the smartest thing to do is create a healthy eating plan. With these simple steps you'll be able to fit in nutritious meals and snacks, even when you're squeezed for time.
Drink more water:
Water keeps you energized, helps your digestive system to function properly, cleanses out toxins, reduces your risk for disease, and promotes healthy skin.
Eat more fruits and vegetables:
Fruits and vegetables help you feel full, they provide vitamins and minerals, and can help you in weight loss!
Cut out extra sugar and processed foods:
The carbohydrates from refined sugars and processed foods are metabolized quickly into the blood stream. They upset the body's blood sugar balance, and contribute to diabetes.
Eat more whole grains, nuts, and beans:
By eating more nuts, beans, and whole grains you increase your intake of fiber, folic acid, magnesium, and vitamin E. The antioxidants and micronutrients help reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
Soup and Salad:
Enjoy a small bowl of broth-based soup or a veggie-filled salad before your largest meal (typically dinner). If you are particularly hungry, try both. Soup will take a while to eat, which will allow it time to take the edge off your appetite.
Fast Facts & General Tips
It is always recommended consulting with a dietitian in order to get the right amount of calories for reaching your target weight.
Our healthy eating tips are not about self-deprivation, they are about eating a balanced diet of protein, carbohydrates, fiber, minerals, vitamins, and fat.
By following these smart eat tips you can get a healthy life style a healthy body. Visit our Weight Loss Blog