5 Nutritional hacks to keep you healthy
Many people fail in revamping their eating habits because the changes are often drastic and unsustainable. Making manageable changes to your eating habits can have long-term positive effects without putting you under too much pressure.
Eating and living a healthy life doesn’t have to be an expensive affair. This is due to the fact that everything that can give you a healthy diet are readily available in the local markets.
Here are some of the tips that you can put to practise to help you get your life and calories in check.
Stay hydrated– Drinking a glass of water before and after each meal will help you increase your water intake without having to overthink it.
When practising this, it is important to note that do not overdo it, just take what your body can handle.
Increase your fibre intake by eating a vegetable with each meal, including breakfast. Make sure to vary between cooked and raw veg.
apart from the vegetables, you can also get fibre from the fruits such as mangoes and apples that is if you don’t throw away the peel.
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Make one of the days of the week a meat-free day. Reduce your meat consumption by planning a weekly meat-free day for your household.
Too much meat ain’t good for your health says the World Health Organization
After all, we are from the festive season where there was a lot of meat indulgence, so cutting it down to allow your system to revamp wouldn’t hurt
Reduce your sugar intake by cutting in half how much you put in hot drinks.
Too much-processed sugar ain’t good for your health as it creates an acidic environment in your body which is harmful.
Eating out less often helps you control how your food is prepared and your portion sizes. It is also kinder on your pocket.
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