Eat breakfast – a healthy breakfast is an important part of a balanced diet, and provides some of the vitamins and minerals we need for good health.
Move more – physical activity can help you to maintain weight loss or be a healthy weight. If you feel hungry after activity, choose foods or drinks that are lower in calories but still filling.
Stay hydrated – drink 6-8 glasses of water each day to keep your body hydrated.
Have a fruit or vegetable at everyday – 6-8 servings of fresh vegetables and fruits each day.
Get enough sleep – optimal levels of sleep about eight hours a night
Practice appreciation of giving thanks for anything what you already have in your life and everything around you
Watch the liquid calories – don’t forget that alcohol is also high in calories, so cutting down can help you to control your weight.
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A meal is an eating occasion that takes place at a specific time and includes specific, prepared food. Meals occur primarily at homes, restaurants, and cafeterias, but may occur anywhere. Regular meals occur on a daily basis, typically several times a day. Special meals are usually held in conjunction with such occasions as birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, and holidays. A meal is different from a snack in that meals are larger, more varied, and more filling than snacks.
Breakfast is usually eaten within an hour or two after a person wakes in the morning.
Lunch or dinner is eaten around mid-day, usually between 11 am and 2 pm. In some areas, the name will change between these two depending on the content of the meal.
Dinner or tea is a meal eaten in the evening. In some areas, the name will change between these two depending on the content of the meal.
Supper is often a meal eaten later in the evening, prior to retiring for bed.
The type of meal served or eaten at any given time varies by custom and location. Further, the names of meals are often interchangeable by custom as well, such as some will serve dinner as the main meal at midday, with supper as the late afternoon/early evening meal and others may call their midday meal lunch and their early evening meal supper. These can vary from region to region or even family to family.
Five smaller meals can be better than three larger ones. Eating small healthy meals more often can help you eat sensibly throughout the day. I eat 3 meals, 2-3 snacks a day and I drink 6-8 glass of water a day.
Breakfast You need a good source of complex carbohydrates and sufficient protein, vitamins and minerals to get your day off to the best start. My breakfast is a Healthy Breakfast is high in protein to help build lean muscle mass, and calorie-controlled at 220 kcal. A nutritious and convenient choice for busy mornings.
Snack Healthy, portion controlled snacks play a valuable role in your daily diet and help you stop reaching for those unhealthy ‘treats’ that can pile on the pounds. I like Protein Bar this is high protein snack.
Lunch Take a Formula 1 Shake or Healthy Meal Bar if you’re controlling your weight. It’s calorie-controlled and high in protein which builds lean muscle mass. Plus it helps to balance your energy levels which can avoid unhealthy snacking during the day. Or if you’re looking to maintain your weight, enjoy a balanced and varied lunch.
Dinner Enjoy a balanced and varied dinner, including a mix of lean protein, complex carbohydrates and a variety of vegetables.
1. Eat breakfast
Breakfast eaters are more likely to maintain a healthy weight, and breakfast will also help keep you clear-headed all morning. Your brain needs fuel after an overnight fast.
2. Move more
Aside from your regular exercise, try to work more activity into your day. Take the stairs, walk or bike to do errands, pace the floor while you’re on the phone, and walk to a colleague’s desk instead of e-mailing.
3. Don’t eat in front of a screen
Whether it’s a computer, TV or film screen, when you’re eating in front of it, you’re not focusing on your food – you’re likely to end up eating more, and enjoying it less.
4. Stop eating on the run
This means eating in the car, when you’re walking down the street running errands, or while you’re getting dressed in the morning. Take time to sit down, focus on your meal, and enjoy.
5. Watch the liquid calories
Unless your liquid is a meal in itself, fluids should be calorie free as often as possible. Get most of your calories from foods, not beverages – it’s one of the easiest ways to cut out excess calories.
6. Stay hydrated
Many of the body’s processes rely on water, but plenty of people don’t drink enough. Keep water or tea near you and sip throughout the day.
7. Include all the macro nutrients every time you eat
For a balanced diet it’s important to include a combination of protein, carbohydrates and unsaturated fat in every meal. If you are looking to get some extra protein in your diet try eating yoghurt, nuts, high protein cereals, shakes or single-serve cans of tuna as snacks.
8. Have a fruit or vegetable at every meal
Fruits and vegetables give you the most nutrition for the fewest calories. And, they’re full of water and fibre, which means they fill you up.
9. Don’t skip meals
Skipping meals rarely works as a calorie-control measure – you’ll just end up making up for it at the next meal. Eating small meals and snacks every few hours is a better strategy.
10. Pump some iron
Strength training exercise burns calories, can perk up your mood, and it helps to keep your bones strong. It also helps you build muscle mass which makes you stronger, and can ultimately increase your resting metabolic rate.