Healthy Eating

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A healthy diet isn’t complicated.  It doesn’t mean we can’t eat what we like; it’s more a matter of eating in moderation.  Doing so will improve our health, stabilize our weight to where we want it to be, and give us a boost of energy.

We don’t have to develop an entirely new grocery store list to eat healthy.  It’s more a matter of shopping intelligently (such as reading labels, discarding those products that contain added salt, sugar, chemicals that you don’t understand, etc.), and preparing foods in healthy ways.

Healthy Eating Habits:

  • Plan your healthy menus and stick to them. If you don’t have time to do it daily, do it on the weekend for the upcoming week, and shop accordingly.
  • Don’t give in to your junk-food cravings.
  • Eat whatever size servings satisfy you without overdoing it.
  • Chew your food well! It helps the digestion.
  • Cut down fats. Eat less red meat and more chicken and fish, and don’t bread anything!
  • Steer clear of sausage and hot dogs.
  • Increase fiber intake, such as whole wheat bread and cereals, and fresh fruits and vegetables.

Here you will find simple advice to lead a healthy lifestyle.  The information that we offer on our web site is not intended to supersede your doctor’s recommendations.  Consult your doctor before adopting a rigid diet or plan of exercise