5 Tips for Eating Better

Making improvements to your diet doesn’t have to be hard.

Here are a few simple tips you can try.

Making improvements to your diet doesn’t have to be hard. Here are a few simple tips you can try.

  1. Dear (Food) Diary: Keeping track of what you eat and when can help identify unhealthy eating patterns like late-night snacking.
  2. Portions Count: Measuring portions sizes will help you keep track of what you’re eating and make you familiar with what a standard serving size really is.
  3. What’s in Your Cup? Hopefully not sugary drinks! Reducing or removing sugary drinks from your diet means fewer calories and sugar.
  4. Try Something New: Challenge yourself to find new, healthy foods to try. Grains like quinoa and bulgur, and beans, vegetable, and fruits are ways to use less meat in your meals.
  5. Stay Hydrated: Water helps your digestion, regulates body temperature and can even help brain function.

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