It’s not just about what you eat, it’s also about how much you eat. Diet is a key to optimal health because it fuels our growth, provide nutrients that support all functions in the body and can satisfy our souls. But a bad diet can also cause disease that over a long period of time, can lead to death. Here are some tips for healthy eating. . .
- Plan meals in advance
- Make a grocery list based on your planned meals
- Shop for food based on your grocery list
- Plan time to prepare simple, quick, wholesome meals
- Eat slowly to avoid over-consumption.
- Eat consistently to avoid starvation and binge eating
To learn more about diet and how it impacts your health and wellness, read a recent blog and check out the diet resource center below.
Diet Resource Center
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