Making Small Changes But A Big Difference

BY Happy Me Feeling Good
Part of eating well is looking at what you are doing today and making the adjustments required to make that a healthier thing. While this can potentially feel like starvation, it helps you to sustain a consistent eating style yet to enhance what nutritionally it offers you. It is about a paradigm change almost as much as everything else.
For starters, it might be a smart idea to turn to a tuna or chicken sandwich on granary bread, if you're used to eating a burger for lunch. The principle is the same – meat, bread, seasoning – and in comparison, if it looks a little tasteless, there's a lot you can do with pepper, paprika, or a range of other light spices.
For others, the thought of swapping a candy bar with an apple or a bag of crisps with a variety of fruits and nuts is tantamount to swapping a little puddle swimming pool. If apples aren't for you, though, there's a large variety of fruits filled with flavor and nutrients. And none of that means you can never again eat chocolate. In fact, an occasional bar may make it easier to stick to the diet long-term.  

Think of the role soft drinks are playing in your diet too. If you can swap a couple of soft drinks with a glass of water or fruit juice a week then you'll benefit from the improvement this brings. It might sound bland, but on a hot day there's just no finer flavor than an ice-cold glass of water.
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