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How to Eat Healthy?

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Eating healthily isn't always easy, as there are many temptations around us, and if you are just like me when you are stressed out you just want to eat crap, then having a balanced diet can be tricky. However, there are tips and tricks that we are learning to change our eating habits without starving. Learn now how you can eat healthy without starving.




Breakfast


Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day and so it's essential that you don't "skip" this meal. I confess that for years I haven't eaten breakfast because it is very difficult for me to eat when I wake up, but now I have changed this bad habit. Today, I wait about 15 to 30 minutes after waking up to eat something, because otherwise, I get nauseous.

Regarding the calories that can be ingested, nutritionists say that it is an average of 300 to 400 calories. You should always include about 10 grams of protein, healthy fat or fiber. Normally my breakfasts are:
* Natural Greek yogurt + homemade granola + fruit
* Whole wheat or seeds toast  + turkey ham + smoothie or liquid yogurt "light"

One of the tips I use is when I wake up I drink a glass of warm water with a few drops of lemon, a teaspoon of honey and a stick of cinnamon. In addition to helping cleanse the toxins from the body, this will help to boost your metabolism.

P.s: If you want to know the recipes of my breakfasts and the recipe of my granola stay tuned to the blog and subscribe to my newsletter (it's free).


Snacks


It is VERY important to eat more or less every 3 hours for our metabolism work in the best way, okay? Snacks are where we often make the biggest mistakes, eating crackers, cakes, chips, etc. There are lots of healthy snack options so you can lose weight or maintain weight.

Each snack should average between 100 to 200 calories, and contain an average of 4 grams of healthy fat, fiber or protein to help you stay sated for longer. Fruits are always a good choice, whether it be fruit cut with chia seeds for example. Another option may be for example light gelatine!

Lunch


About 400 to 500 calories are the recommendation given by some nutritionists. 50% of your plate should be vegetables, 25% protein and 25% carbohydrates. Gives preference to "good" carbohydrates like quinoa, brown rice, whole pasta, etc. As they are less refined you end up getting more nutrients, you get satiated for longer, and you ingest fewer sugars and fats.
NO processed foods like ready-made foods or fast food, okay? Besides being more expensive, they don't bring any nutritional value to your body.

Dinner


One of the things I learned and have done these weeks was to dine whenever possible before 7.30pm. Like I said earlier, no processed food, okay? Here your dish is composed of 25 to 30% lean protein, 20% carbohydrates and about 50% vegetables.

Treats


I confess that sometimes I need my "sweet" and I usually say that it is my treat.☺ You should allow yourself to eat some treat sometimes but always opt for healthy treats. When you got that desire to eat a sweet, make some healthy pancakes, a healthy chocolate mousse, among other things (as I told you before, I'll post here in the blog, so just subscribe to my Newsletter to receive all the recipes and tips!).

Extra tips


It is essential to drink between 1.5 liters and 3 liters of water per day. If you have difficulty drinking water, drink tea or infusions (no sugar!), or water flavored with fruit. All of these options should be made at home because the infusions and flavored waters that you buy at the supermarket have preservatives and sugars, and so they aren't healthy.

Avoid the sugar to the maximum! Replaces white sugar with coconut sugar, honey, agave syrup or brown sugar, as they are the healthier "sugars".

I know that at the beginning it is difficult to change the "bad habits" since I went through this phase a few years ago and now I am again in the initial phase of changing eating habits. The first few weeks are those that are more "hard", as we were used to a routine, and change is often difficult. Probably, just like me, you will have days when you feel like giving up when you don't see your body changing, or you don't know if it is worth changing your life. Every time I think about giving up I look in the mirror and say, "I've been better, but I've been worse. This isn't the body I love and I'm going to be able to change and achieve my goal of loving my body and being happy with my body". Remember that nothing in life is easy, but you have to fight to get something in life, right?💪

Do you have any tips for maintaining a healthy life? Leave your tip in the comments.😘

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