10 Healthy Eating Habits


Nov 2, 2022

Always Eat Breakfast

Tip 1

Eating breakfast is not only the most important meal of the day, but research has shown that it can also help you to stay alert and focused throughout the day.

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It’s also an essential part of weight loss and health promotion. Breakfast should be eaten within 30 minutes of waking up because it helps stabilize your blood sugar levels so that you don’t crash later in the morning (or afternoon). If you wait until later in the morning to eat breakfast, chances are good that by then your blood sugar levels will have dropped too low for optimal brain function or physical activity.

Portion control

Tip 2

This is one of the best ways to keep your calorie intake in check and avoid overeating, which can lead to weight gain.

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– Use a measuring cup or plate instead of a standard dinner plate for portion sizes. – A 1-cup portion is about the size of a baseball or football, while 1/2 cup is about half that size and 3/4 cup (3 tablespoons) is just under 2 serving-sized portions. – One ounce equals 1 tablespoon; 8 ounces equal 4 cups; 8 ounces plus two tablespoons equals 9 cups total (1 cup plus two tablespoons = 3/4 cup). – Choose foods with smaller portions—like fruits and vegetables—that are rich in nutrients but don’t weigh you down before you’re full!

Don't Skip Meals

Tip 3

It’s easy to skip meals, but it’s not a good idea. Skipping meals will make you hungry and lead to overeating later on in the day.

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It’s also important that you don’t go too long without eating as your body needs fuel! The best way to avoid skipping meals is by making sure they are healthy ones. If you’re going out for dinner with friends or family, try ordering something that has low-fat dressing or no cheese at all (or just eat some fruit instead).

Reduce Stress

Tip 4

Stress can cause you to overeat, and it’s not just the physical stress of your day-to-day life that does this.

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Stress can also increase your appetite and make you more likely to eat junk food when you’re not hungry. In fact, research shows that people who are under stress tend to eat more than those who have their heads and heart in good shape.

Slow Down When You Eat

Tip 5

– Manage stress when you eat. – Manage your breathing when you eat.

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– Slow down when you eat. – Manage stress when you eat. – Manage your breathing when you eat. – Manage your posture and food intake at the same time by taking small bites of your food and chewing thoroughly, but don’t keep pushing it around in your mouth like a chipmunk!

10 Healthy Eating Habits


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