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Monday, 6 December 2010

Healthy Eating

This interesting article addresses some of the key issues regarding healthy eating. A careful reading of this material could make a big difference in how you think about healthy eating.

  • Fight Stress With Healthy Eating...

Whenever we get too busy or stressed, we all tend to make poor food choices that will actually increase stress and cause other problems.
To get the most of your healthy eating and avoid stress, follow these simple tips.

  • Always eat breakfast
Even though you may think you aren't hungry, you need to eat something.
Skipping breakfast makes it harder to maintain the proper blood and sugar levels during the day, so you should always eat something.

  • Carry a snack
Keeping some protein rich snacks in your car, office, or pocket book will help you avoid blood sugar level dips, the accompanying mood swings, and the fatigue.

Trail mix, granola bars, and energy bars all have the nutrients you need.

The best time to learn about healthy eating is before you're in the thick of things.

Wise readers will keep reading to earn some valuable healthy eating experience while it's still free.

  • Healthy munchies
If you like to munch when you're stressed out, you can replace chips or other non healthy foods with carrot sticks, celery sticks, or even sunflower seeds.

  • Bring your lunch
Although a lot of people prefer to eat fast food for lunch, you can save a lot of money and actually eat healthier if you take a few minutes and pack a lunch at home.

Even if you only do this a few times a week, you'll see a much better improvement
over eating out.

  • Stock your home
As important as it is to get the bad food out of your house, it's even more important to get the good food in!

The best way to do this is to plan a menu of healthy meals at snacks at the beginning of the week, list the ingedients you need, then go shop for them.
This way, you'll know what you want when you need it and you won't have to stress over what to eat.

I hope that reading the above information was both enjoyable and educational for you.

Your learning process should be ongoing--the more you understand about any subject, the more you will be able to share with others.

John Caldecott.

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