5 Ways to rev up your diet and eat healthier

5 Ways to rev up your diet and eat healthier

No one wants dramatic cuts and a diet full of restrictions, the key is to eat smartly and clean. Here are some tips to upgrade to a healthier diet!

You might have already started buying food seasonally and locally trying to steer towards a more sustainable way of life. Forget about dieting and following strict rules and embrace a more intuitive way of treating. Here’s how to!

If you try to give ap lots of foods that you, it is way more difficult to control your cravings. Your brain cannot cope with too many changes together –this is called “willpower fatigue.” But making little adjustments one at a time can be much more effective in the long term.

1. Don’t punish yourself

1. Don’t punish yourself

Feeling guilty for having eaten some “forbidden food” can result in binge eating on all the foods you have banished from your diet. Instead, start including other foods in your diet, rather than cutting out bad foods.

2. Make 10-a-day easier

When trying to include 10 different vegetables a day, make it easier: prepare a soup full of vegetables or a super healthy antioxidant-rich salad. You’ll be eating your 10 servings of plants and you won’t even notice.

3. Be a healthy vegan

3. Be a healthy vegan

Eating a vegan diet is a good way to incorporate several antioxidants, vitamins and minerals into your diet. There are however some requirements you have to check to meet your nutritional requirements –for example making sure you take a supplement with B12, don’t become a junk-food vegan.

4. Prep your meals

To eat a healthy diet, it is necessary to plan your meals, but it is not necessary to spend the whole weekend cooking –this can be counterproductive as it can trigger feelings of deprivation and obsession about what you cannot it. Micromanage your diet, plan no more than 2 days ahead.

5. Postpone your breakfast

5. Postpone your breakfast

Fasting overnight helps your gut flora carry out other tasks such as running a healthy immune system, it needn't be for too long, just shrink your eating window to 8 or 10 hours a day and you will be balancing your blood sugar levels.

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Peter O Brien

Peter started out his professional life as a restaurant critic but ended up moving to the kitchen, realizing that his passion didn’t only lie in tasting the food, but MAKING it. Follow his delicious recipes, as well as useful articles about the many benefits healthy and delicious food will bring to your life.+ info

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