Top 5 Tips For Eating Healthily | Stephen Coleclough
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Top 5 Tips For Eating Healthily

Top 5 Tips For Eating Healthily

When it comes to healthy eating, most of us struggle.

It can be extremely difficult to swap our favourite snacks for healthier alternatives and it’s very easy to cave when we the feelings of hunger strike.

However, it doesn’t have to be such a struggle.

Healthy eating can be an enjoyable experience, it’s just a case of knowing how to go about it.

Here are some of the top tips and tricks for making healthy eating that little bit easier:

1. Don’t forget breakfast

It’s a well known fact that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so don’t forget it!

Breakfast is there to give you energy and to set you up for a productive morning, so choose options that are packed with goodness.

2. Ditch the takeaways

Though you may only treat yourself to a takeaway once a week, it can hinder your healthy eating in a big way.

Takeaways are rarely cooked in a healthy way and they’re high in salt.

Instead, try to recreate alternatives at home.

3. Be mindful of your snacks

We all get peckish throughout the day and there’s nothing wrong with snacking, but be mindful about what it is that you’re snacking on.

Instead of choosing a few biscuits, opt for fruit or nuts.

Not only are these healthier, but they’ll also keep you full for longer.

4. Drink lots of water

When you’re eating healthily, it’s important to drink a lot of water.

Water is the basis for everything and without it, the body struggles to function at its best.

Rather than drinking fizzy drinks or fruit juice, have a glass of water.

5. Don’t deprive yourself completely

Though cutting out all unhealthy food is the best way to go about eating healthily, most people cave and give into temptation eventually.

Remember, a treat every so often won’t ruin the hard work you have put into healthy eating and it can even prevent bigger binges on unhealthy snacks.

As you can see, eating better doesn’t need to be the confusing struggle that many people think it is.

With the right amount of determination and by paying attention to your food choices, healthy eating can become a positive habit.

Stephen Coleclough
Stephen Coleclough

Stephen Coleclough is a personal trainer and online fitness/nutrition coach from the UK. He loves heavy squats, smashing PRs and bacon sandwiches. You can follow him on Twitter at ColecloughPT.

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