The best part about changing health is eating habits. I am not a doctor but I’ve done a lot of research on nutrition, healthy food and the food industry. I fell into sweets and fast foods, when I was studying and working. Burgers, chicken rolls and Pizza were my favorite food. I still remember consuming a lot of unhealthy food with friends in college cafe after long lectures and had no concept of calorie counts or portion control. But now I no longer consider this my favorite food and what I am most proud of is taking control of my health and eating habits.
I started my healthy life style by joining fitness center and sudden reduction in weight
encouraged me to control over my diet also. I omitted processed foods and I started to regain energy.
I spent the first six months with no cold drinks, fried food, breads, sugar and traditional spicy food and stopped buying ice cream and chips. Keeping in mind that adopting this healthier habit might protect me from serious health problems like obesity and diabetes. My all focus was on healthy food and regular physical activity.
I am going to share a little bit about my eating routines. I took black beans, Greek yogurt as it contains protein, Oatmeal (packed with fiber), Eggs and fruits as breakfast and tried topping yogurt with berries or chopped fruit to increase the meal’s vitamin, mineral and fiber content. My lunch was salad with fish or chicken sometimes with soup.
Dinner was fish or chicken or beef with veggie salad, salmon with cucumber sometimes bean soups.
I always advice never skip breakfast as it is one of the best ways to boost your weight loss and get your day started while eating in the middle of the day, several hours after breakfast, re-energizes your body and can raise blood sugar levels. However, taking healthy food small in lunch keeps your metabolism active. Moreover, healthy dinner is quite satisfying after a long, hard day. Those who have a well-balanced dinner each night tends to have a well-balanced life as well.