18 Simple Ways To Make Your Daily Diet Healthier

  • Published on:  5/13/2021
  • From limiting sugar, eating more fruit and vegetables, not skipping breakfast, avoiding dehydration to eating on smaller plates and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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    Intro - 0:00
    Eat the right amount - 00:37
    Make half your plate fruits and vegetables - 01:26
    Change your cooking methods - 01:44
    Choose a variety of lean protein foods - 02:14
    Limit sugar - 02:32
    Increase plant foods - 03:04
    Be choosy about nighttime snacks - 03:19
    Do not skip breakfast - 03:41
    Eat several mini-meals during the day - 04:04
    Eat protein at every meal - 04:29
    Cut down on salt - 04:50
    Avoid dehydration - 05:25
    make a grocery list - 06:11
    Meal prep as much as possible - 06:38
    Make food swaps - 06:55
    Reject one-size-fits-all diets - 07:30
    Keep healthy food readily available - 07:59
    Eat in smaller plates - 08:29


    1. Eat the right amount: How many calories you need in a day depends on your sex, age, body type, and how active you are. Generally, active children ages 2 to 8 need between 1,400 and 2,000 calories a day. Active teenage girls and women can eat about 2,200 calories a day without gaining weight. Teenage boys and men who are very active should eat about 3,000 calories a day to maintain their weight. If you're not active, your calorie needs drop by 400 to 600 calories a day.

    2. Fill half your plate with fruit and vegetables: Choose red, orange, and dark-green vegetables for your meals. Add fruit as part of the main or as dessert. The more colorful you make your plate, the more likely you are to get the vitamins, minerals, and fiber your body needs to be healthy.

    3. Change your cooking methods: Make some of your favorite meals more healthy just by switching the way you cook. Bake instead of sauteing - baking or roasting uses less oil and is therefore healthier. Instead of traditional frying, use an air fryer, which also uses less oil and fat and can actually be a faster process.

    4. Choose a variety of lean protein foods: Protein includes not only meat, poultry, and seafood but also dry beans or peas, eggs, nuts, and seeds. Select leaner cuts of ground beef, where the label says 90% lean or higher, turkey breast, or chicken breast.

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