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4 Healthy Eating Tips

Proper nutrition is essential to live a long and healthy life. Yes, you’ve probably heard that one before, but it’s 100% true. If you are juggling work, family and house chores, eating properly may be slipping by the wayside. Don’t allow your hectic lifestyle to get in the way of your nutrition goals.

“We are what we eat” the question is, why? Our bodies are constantly repairing, building and regenerating cells, and the materials for this building process come from what we eat.

When you don’t give your body the proper nutrients, it’s unable to function at its best. An unhealthy diet not only deprives you of the nutrients required for energy and vitality, it also reduces the ability to lead an enjoyable and active life.

Follow these four healthy eating tips that can help your body get the nutrients it needs:

1. Eat, eat, eat, eat, eat, eat!


Yes! You just read the word “eat” six times. Eating six small nutrient-rich meals throughout the day keeps your metabolism active, stabilizes your energy levels and helps keep hunger at bay.

The equation is: breakfast + snack + lunch + snack + dinner + snack

2. Keep your weight in check.


If you have never seen a nutritionist, maybe it’s time to make an appointment. Age, height, gender and weight are just a few factors that determine your nutritional needs. Other aspects such as physical activity, family health history and present health conditions require further specialization. Nutritionist take all of these things into account and are able to create a tailored plan that aligns with your specific health goals.

3. Eat fiber-rich foods.

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Eating a high-fiber diet helps prevent constipation and its related problems. It may lower blood pressure, improve cholesterol levels, and help control blood sugar levels. It may also help with reaching and staying at a healthy weight.

4. Avoid excess sodium and monitor vitamin consumption.


Sodium is a mineral found naturally in foods and also added to foods. Sodium plays an important role in maintaining normal fluid balance in the body but most people ingest at least twice as much sodium as they need, and this can be harmful. Lower your salt intake by seasoning your food with spices, garlic and pepper.

Vitamins and minerals are essential nutrients because they perform hundreds of roles in the body. Too much or too little of them can be detrimental to your heath. Consult your doctor before adding any supplements to your diet.

Eating a balanced diet is not only possible; it is necessary to maintain good health. It can also help you feel your best and live longer.

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