Healthy Eating

Healthy Eating

Healthy Eating

(Last Updated On: August 2, 2017)

People love to eat.  Just look at your Instagram or Facebook news feed and more often than not, you’ll be sure to see pictures of food at every scroll.  It’s even become a habit for people today to take pictures of their food before eating.

If you love eating just like most people do, it’s perfectly okay but as with everything in life, too much of anything can be bad for you – even food, which is why it is of great importance to develop healthy eating habits because you can never be too careless when it comes to your health.  You don’t want to be the next heart attack victim at such a young age won’t you?

 

Breakfast of Champions

You probably heard it a hundred times before but breakfast is indeed the most important meal of the day which is why you should not skip it as much as you can.  Think of it as the fuel that will put your body on the right track.  The first thing you need after a good night sleep is a good amount of energy so take a lot of protein before you go to work.

 

Stay Healthy, Watch Your Water Intake

Always keep yourself hydrated by taking a good amount of water everyday.  Health gurus recommend drinking eight 8-ounce glasses per day (8×8 rule) to stay healthy and no, soda or soft-drinks don’t count.

 

Start Your Meals with Vegetables

You don’t have to go full-on vegetarian to stay healthy.  Just make it a habit to start every meal with your veggies, fill your plate with as many of it as possible so you’ll have enough and be full before you touch the less healthy choices.

 

No Food Past 9PM

Known as the 9pm rule, it’s pretty straight up.  Don’t eat anything after 9PM.  It’s been said that the longer you stay up at night, the longer it will take for food to be processed by your body.  Just make sure that you are consuming something light.

 

Don’t Deprive Yourself

Let’s face it.  There’s food that’s so delicious it pains you to know that they make you fat.  Steaks, burgers, you know the rest.

So what do you do?  You start avoiding them and cutting them out but in the process, start missing them too.  What happens next?  You binge eat like there’s no tomorrow.

You don’t have to completely deprive yourself of food you love to eat.  Just cut back a little so you won’t totally miss them and end up gobbling them when the temptation becomes too strong to resist.

 

Stop Dieting

As controversial as this may sound, more often than not diets tend to backfire because it stresses you out.  You don’t have to cut out on anything as mentioned.  You just have to make smart choices.

Try a meal plan instead because these plans are usually set for a whole 30 days and does not deprive you of food you like to eat but merely balances out your nutritional intake.

It’s definitely a better alternative than the stressful and pressuring nature of dieting.

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