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We all know the saying, “you are what you eat” – and who wants to be a hamburger or potato chip? We all know better when it comes to eating healthy, but we don’t always take our advice. Instead, we turn to sweets, fast food or comfort food, especially when we’re feeling anxious, depressed or stressed. Eating foods with high amounts of fat or added sugars are not good for our bodies, everybody knows that but what options do we have to eat healthier while still eating our favorite foods? It can be very difficult to change your diet entirely in just one day or so, so you can start with a new “healthier” ingredient per day/week. Changing your diet, a little bit at a time is easier than all at once and can even be seen as a treat when you try new exotic dishes you might not even have heard about before. You will start to become happier and feel like you are living a better life by having healthier eating habits. Here are a few ideas and tips to get you started on a healthier path:
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Within a few weeks you will notice a difference – be it through heightened energy levels or you notice you have lost weight. The sugar in these drinks is what’s slowing you down and making you gain a few pounds. Stick to drinking regular water – if you need a little flavor, try water infused with citrus fruits or berries.
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We learned from a young age to eat our vegetables. Green vegetables are not only rich in vitamins, but also full of potassium, iron, and antioxidants. To name more benefits: They make you feel happier and lifts your mood, keeps you hydrated, and make you feel fuller for longer due to its high fiber level. Some vegetables to try are arugula, romaine lettuce, cabbage, collard greens, kale, cilantro, or spinach.
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Keep your daily calorie intake to a reasonable amount. Find out how many calories you need for your age, gender, activity level, and your personal weight goals.
Take time to fully enjoy what you are eating. Eating quickly or not paying attention to what you eat, known as mindless eating, can lead to eating too many calories.
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High protein intake can boost your metabolism while making you feel full enough to automatically eat fewer calories. It can also reduce your desire to snack late at night and cravings that you might have.