• Prepare your own food instead of buying fast food.
  • Eat less, enjoy more.
  • Veggie broth is a great healthy choice.
  • Buy from local farmers.
  • Buy food in its season (e.g. strawberries in summer).
  • The best healthy cuisines are Indian, Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Mexican and Greek.
  • Don’t leave yourself dehydrated. Water flushes out fats and toxins.
  • Drinking a glass of ice water can burn 25 calories!
  • Start each lunch/dinner with salad.
  • Research healthy restaurants.
  • Protein bars make a good snack.
  • Don’t serve your food in big bowls.
  • Don’t shop when you’re hungry.
  • Eat your favorite foods – even if unhealthy – every now and then.
  • Avoid open buffets.
  • Split your meal with a friend.
  • Spice your meals up.
  • 3,500 calories = 1 pound of body weight
  • Avoid foods that contain man-made ingredients.
  • Avoid foods that contain more than 10 ingredients.
  • Select foods that have minimal saturated fats.
  • Pack healthy snacks.
  • Swap soda for water.
  • Wait 20 to 30 minutes to eat when you are hungry.
  • An orange a day keeps the doctor away!
  • Eggs aid in concentration and improves memory.
  • Spinach is one of the most nutrient-dense foods available that improve brain function.
  • Fasting is one of the oldest therapies in medicine.
  • To make any meal ultra nutritious, just add sea vegetables (can be found in Asian markets)
  • Asian food is considered among the healthiest in the world.
  • Frozen vegetables retain almost all of their nutritional value.
  • Whole oats are rich is fiber, minerals, and vitamins rich.
  • Use chocolate covered bananas as a healthy dessert.
  • Onion is believed to clean the blood among many other health benefits. It is also one of the cheapest vegetables.
  • Ginger is called “the universal medicine”
  • Dark chocolate is packed with healthy nutrients. Moreover, it improves mood and pleasure.
  • Eat lettuce if you have a sleep problem.
  • Eat cabbage to boost cancer-fighting enzymes.
  • Use peanut butter and avocado as healthy fat sources.
  • Mustard can be consumed guilt free.
  • Enjoy preparing meals as a family. It’s a lot of fun.
  • Home-cooked meals always win over eating out.
  • Plan healthy menus as a family.
  • Buy organic products whenever possible.
  • Slow down when you eat.
  • Replace fried food with steamed, baked or broiled food.
  • Keep the skin and peels on fruits and vegetable if possible.
  • Substitute whole wheat flour for white flour.
  • When eating out, choose healthier choices.
  • Eggs, beans, peas and lentils provide a good source of protein and fiber (also are good meat alternatives for vegetarians).
  • Purchase leaner meat cuts more often.
  • Minimize your caffeine intake.
  • Eat a variety of fiber-rich foods everyday including whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and legumes.
  • Replace salt with lemon, herbs and spices to flavor foods.
  • Take a vitamin D supplement daily (the dose should be according to your age).
  • Make at least half of your carbohydrate foods whole grain each day (e.g. brown rice).
  • Include one dark green and one orange vegetable on your plate every day.
  • Keep a variety of raw vegetables ready in the fridge for quick snacks.
  • Make a fruit salad at least once a week.
  • Enjoy soups often.
  • Eat breakfast.
  • Yogurt protects against ulcers and helps us digest food better.
  • Walnuts lift mood.
  • Tomatoes protect prostate.
  • Strawberries calm stress.
  • Rice conquers kidney stones.
  • Oranges support immune systems.
  • Mushrooms control blood pressure.
  • Lemons smoothen skin.
  • Honey increases energy.
  • Garlic kills bacteria.
  • Fish boosts memory.
  • Carrots save eyesight.
  • Broccoli combats cancer.
  • Bananas strengthen bones.
  • Apples protect your heart.
  • Don’t sleep immediately after eating.
  • Replace tea with green tea.
  • Don’t eat fruits immediately after meal.
  • Never smoke after eating.
  • Eat oily fish like salmon or sardine at least twice a week (rich in Omega-3)
  • Buy low fat versions of dairy products.
  • Use extra virgin olive oil for salads or whenever suitable.
  • Desserts should be kept to minimum.
  • When eating outside, watch out for large portion sizes.
  • Cut back on margarine.
  • Eat fish at least once a week.
  • Take the skin off before eating chicken.
  • Eat a variety of foods.
  • Keep track of your food intake to know which food group you need to eat more or less from.
  • Before following a nutrition plan, check the credibility of its creator.
  • Exercise is important to burn your food efficiently.
  • Don’t take more than one all-purpose multivitamin daily.
  • Eat something every four hours.
  • Don’t eat too much or until you’re stuffed.
  • Never cut any food group out of your diet including carbohydrates and fat.
  • When buying packaged foods, read the nutrition labels carefully.
  • Eat whole, fresh, unprocessed foods.
  • Don’t replace whole fruits with fruit juices.
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