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8 Tips for Eating Healthier


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Are you trying to cut back on sweets and just junk food in general? If you genuinely want to start eating healthier, read this slideshare to learn some quick tips!

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8 Tips for Eating Healthier

  1. 1. 8Tips for Eating Healthier
  2. 2. 1. Eat foods that you can grow.  If you focus on eating more fruits and vegetables, you’ll be on the fast track to eating healthier.You don’t need to grow your own food, but you should buy more of these natural foods at the store rather than foods like chips and frozen dinners.
  3. 3. 2. Don’t drink your calories.  Soda (including diet soda), flavored water, juice, and other similar drinks are packed with calories and sugar. If you can’t stand to give up your favorite drinks, at least try to limit your intake. When you’re thirsty, drink water!
  4. 4. 3. Read the list of ingredients.  Get in the habit of reading the ingredients and nutrition facts on the boxes of food you buy. If you don’t recognize any of the ingredients or if you see high fructose corn syrup or hydrogenated oils at the top of the list, put it back.
  5. 5. 4. Use portion control.  Make sure each serving of food on your plate can fit into the cupped palm of your hand. If that pile of rice or heap of meat can’t fit into the cup of your hand, it’s too much.This rule of thumb will keep you from over eating.
  6. 6. 5. Be a smart snacker.  A piece of fruit, a small yogurt, or a handful of nuts are great snacks to eat when you’re feeling some hunger pangs. Donuts, chips, and cookies are not great snack choices, however. It’s also not smart to snack right after you’ve eaten a large meal. Is it your mind or your tummy speaking?
  7. 7. 6. Don’t buy fat-free foods.  Don’t get tricked into thinking “low fat” or “fat free” or even “light” foods (like ice cream or sour cream) are suddenly healthy with those types of labels.These foods are often made with other unhealthy ingredients to compensate for the lack of fat they claim to have.
  8. 8. 7. Stay away from late-night eating.  Eating late at night (past 7 or 8 o’clock) is especially bad for you if you’ve already eaten dinner. It’s not bad to eat an apple or carrot if you find yourself starving, but binging on any food this late at night will always lead to weight gain.
  9. 9. 8. Use powdered peanut butter.  Replace your creamy, fattening peanut butter with peanut butter powder.  It’s a great peanut butter substitute because It has almost the same amount of protein, but 75 percent less fat. All you have to do is add water to it, and it will be as creamy as its counterpart.
  10. 10. Buy Powdered Peanut ButterToday!  If you’re interested in buying PB Fit powdered peanut butter, you can shop for it today by going online to  BetterBody Foods is an online health foods store that is dedicated to providing you with organic, whole foods that you can’t find at just any grocery store.Visit them today to start eating healthier!