How to Eat Healthy
Making a molehill out of a mountain
Sometimes life can be overwhelming. Whether at work or at home, some days you will find yourself looking at the seemingly monumental tasks before you, and be ready to throw in the towel. Then you realize that giving up is not an option, so you just do the next thing, and before long you have made progress and suddenly, the mountain doesn't look so high.
Too busy to be healthy?
The same approach can work when it comes to healthy eating. In the midst of your busy life, it may seem that you don't have time to eat healthy. In addition, if you look at the size of the mountain of your bad eating habits, it could be daunting to consider even attacking the foothills.
Small steps for large rewards
For this reason, it may be better to make just one change each week. This gives you time to work on it and personalize it in a way that suits your goals and lifestyle. If you make one change each week, it won't be long before the cumulative effect will provide enormous benefits by improving your health and well being.
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Educate yourself about nutrition and how to eat healthy.
Replace Soft Drinks with Healthy Beverages
Reduce Added Sugar in Your Diet
Wash Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Just do the next thing
I hope you will begin today to learn how to eat healthy and change your eating habits for the better. There are many things you cannot control in your life, and there will always be mountains too high to climb, but taking steps to eat healthy is one thing you can do to reach the peak of wellness. Just do the next thing!
Eat and be healthy with my warmest regards,
Benefits of Eating Healthy
You will feel better, with better digestion and general well-being.
You will live longer, at least with regard to health-related mortality.
You will sleep better.
You will look better, with healthy skin, hair, eyes, teeth, etc.
Your sex life will improve (especially if your spouse is eating healthy, too).
You are less likely to struggle with obesity.
You will be less likely to develop diseases such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease.
If you are already suffering from a disease or disorder, eating healthy will help keep it under control or even reverse it.
You will have more energy to do the things you love.
You will require fewer visits to the doctor and dentist.
Your mood will improve.
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