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Saturday, March 21, 2015

Eating Healthy

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Protein helps build muscle,aid repair,make you feel fuller longer,and avoid unnecessary unhealthy carbs.
Switch one of your snacks to nuts,for example ,or a NAKD bar.Avoid high piling carbs,all that wll do is store as fat.

Distractions Don’t eat chips, simply because someone else has some and they small nice. Do not be distracted by the smells around you. Stick to your plan.
Plan the environment Place the snacks where you are most likely to be when you need them, and make them healthy ones! If you know that you eat junk when you walk in the door, place the fruit by the door.

Don’t skip Breakfast Its the most essential meal of the day, kick starts your metabolism and will help keep you full till lunch. Research shows that you are more likely to be overweight if you miss breakfast. If you struggle with this, try a fruit smoothie, or something similar instead. 
Wholemeal Whole wheat is the way to go, makes you feel fuller, has more fibre, aids passage of fat through the gut. 
Pay attentionto what you eat You are more likely to overeat if you sit with your dinner while watching TV for instance. AND, slow down!! chew more, enjoy your food, its not a race.
We already know that fruits and veggies are associated with good health and reduced disease risk. Unfortunately, very few of us are meeting recommendations for these foods, particularly the little ones. Less than 10% of kids are eating the recommended amount of fruits and veggies.
Two of the biggest things that predict whether kids will eat veggies are preference and availability. Let’s first start with making these foods available. Let’s give our kids veggies regularly and let them taste-test different foods. Even if they don’t like it or try it the first few times, they may eventually warm up to it.
A new Study finds that the more (higher amount) a certain veggie was given to kids, the more they ate that veggie. Here they discuss carrots, As the amount of carrots the kids were given increased, from 30 grams to 60 grams (about a half cup) to 90 grams, so did the amount eaten. Doubling the portion size of the carrots resulted in the kids eating 47% more. The kids ate up to twice the amount- but after that there was no effect. Studies have also shown that kids are more likely to try new foods if they helped prepare them or grew them from a garden.
So Eat Healthy And Live Healthy.Good food can give you Healthy Life.



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