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erjomia 06-16-2013 04:04 PM

Healthy diet
 
Here are some diet tips which will definitely help you to get balanced diet:
Avoid eating junk food.
Follow your regular diet; avoid eating extra spicy, oily stuffs.
Include leafy vegetables in your food. Having simple but nutritive food really help.
Start eating stuffs which are full of proteins and vitamins. You can have food items such as chicken, eggs, fish in your diet.
Eat seasonal fruits.
Milk is great source of protein. Include milk in your diet.
Don’t eat much at one time. You can take your food after interval of 2-3 hours.
Drink adequate amount of water.

pauljose355 07-17-2013 01:38 PM

Healthy diet
 
Hello,
Here I am sharing some tips for a healthy diet -
1.Drink plenty of water or other calorie-free beverages.
2. Be choosy about nighttime snacks.
3.Take Low-Fat and Fat-Free Dairy Products.

sandrew834 08-12-2013 12:56 PM

Thanks for this valuable information. I think drinking water is most important.

geoffreydunn12 09-28-2013 07:16 AM

Actually, we can eat anything we want provided that they are all healthy and in moderation. If you think too much protein is not good for you or let say carbs then cut down those, also make sure you eat more vegetables than meat and carbs. It is important also to indulge on fruits because they are also important. Instead of drinking soda why not treat yourself with water,water,water as it is more beneficial than any other drink. Don't forget that water has its cleansing effect.

lowkal 10-02-2013 12:14 PM

Just....
 
"geoffreydunn12" is right as said that water is more beneficial than other drink even. The tips given is very valuable for everyone. make sure to take care seriously.

jericjames10 10-11-2013 10:14 AM

Well said, erjomia.
Sharing effective diet tips too:

1: Drink plenty of water or other calorie-free beverages.
2: Think about what you can add to your diet, not what you should take away.
3: Consider whether you're really hungry.
4: Be choosy about nighttime snacks.
5: Enjoy your favorite foods.
6: Enjoy your treats away from home.
7: Eat several mini-meals during the day.
8: Eat protein at every meal.
9: Spice it up.
10: Stock your kitchen with healthy convenience foods.
11: Order children’s portions at restaurants.
12: Eat foods in season.
13: Swap a cup of pasta for a cup of vegetables.
14: Use non-food alternatives to cope with stress.
15: Be physically active.

davidjackson01 10-17-2013 05:20 AM

Eat less high-kilojoule foods

The total amount of energy-dense (high-kilojoule) foods you eat may be as important as the total amount of fat in your diet. To reduce the energy density of your diet, you need to increase the amount of plant foods, such as wholegrain breads and cereals, fruit and vegetables that you eat. This will provide essential nutrients, help to make you feel ‘full’ and also reduce the amount of fat in your diet.


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