Say 'Goodbye ' to Unhealthy Eating Habits
Today, we live in a world that focuses so much on the amount of calories consumed rather than the nutritional aspect of what is being consumed.
Constantly worrying about your caloric intake can play a major role on both your mental and physical health - which could possibly result in unhealthy eating disorders.
So why are we here talking about this?
So we can shift your mindset into a more health-conscious, nutritional-valued way.
Counting calories takes SO MUCH time and energy out of your day.
It's tedious, time-consuming, and causes you to always worry about how much your putting into your body. Your mind will always be filled with the thought of food when keeping track of calories.
It's not healthy... period.
Focus on the quality!
When eating, focus more on the quality and the success that the food will bring you.
According to Harvard School of Public Health, the strongest evidence of maintaining optimal weight is when the focus is on food quality.
In a study, it was shown that weight loss occurred in a group of individuals who focused on eating vegetables, whole grains, fruits, nuts, and yogurt. In contrary, weight gain took place when a separate group of individuals focused on eating chips, processed foods, fatty meats, and drinking soda while counting calories.
Listen to your body!
When eating, it is also important to listen to your body. Eat when your hungry, and don't eat when your not. It's important to be in tune with your body and feed it what it needs.
No more, no less.
Eating right promotes a healthy lifestyle, enables us to maintain a healthy weight, improves athletic performance, enhances body functioning, and reduces the risk of illnesses.
On our website, we provide a recipes page where we display a wide variety of healthful, high-quality foods that you can easily create at home in your own kitchen. Every ingredient provided in our recipes are whole, heart-healthy foods that are packed with nutrients essential for the body.
You can find these recipes here.
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