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– I’ve been trying to eat more healthily, so I chose a salad for lunch.
– That’s good! What did you have for dinner?
– Well, for dinner, I had a cheeseburger, but I added a piece of lettuce, so it’s almost like a salad, isn’t it?
– Ah, I get it! You turned your burger into a ‘salad burger.’ You’re doing well with your healthy eating goals!
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Have you ever thought about how to eat tasty and healthy food in a simple way? Today, I’m going to share easy tips for enjoying delicious, good-for-you meals.
Grab a snack, and let’s get started!
Basic Food Facts
First, let’s learn some simple aspects of food. Our bodies need carbs, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals.
A quick tip: imagine your plate is a rainbow. The more colors, the more good stuff you’re eating!
Fixing Food Mistakes
Next, let’s fix some food mistakes! Mistake number one: “Carbs are bad.”
I’m not against low-carb diets because I followed the keto diet for a while. However, I now include carbs from sources like whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, which can contribute to a healthier lifestyle.
Super Cool Superfoods
Have you heard of superfoods? They’re foods that are really good for you! Like berries, full of good stuff, and avocados with healthy fats. Easy tip: Add berries to your cereal or yogurt and put avocados in salads or toast!
Drink Lots of Water
Water is super important for our bodies. It helps us digest food, move nutrients around, and do lots more. I try to drink 8 glasses daily, but remember; everyone is different.
Cool tip: Carry a water bottle and add fruit slices for a tasty twist!
Healthy Fats are Your Friends Don’t shy away from fats. Avocados, nuts, seeds, olives, and fatty fish are excellent sources of healthy fats that keep you satiated and support overall health.
Smart Snack Choices
I don’t recommend snacking between meals. But if you want to have a sack from time to time, go for snacks like nuts, seeds, fruits, and yogurt.
Plan your snacks ahead so you pick healthy ones when you’re hungry.
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