Eat Healthier 🍽 by Setting These πŸ‘ˆπŸΌπŸ‘‡πŸΌ New Year's Resolutions πŸ“° for Yourself ...

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Eating more healthily will do wonders for you.

A balanced healthy diet full of the nutrients your body needs will increase your well-being, help you stay fit and keep your skin, hair and nails looking good.2

By eating healthy, you’ve got many bases covered and that means you can focus on the other areas of your life you want success in.

Here are achievable healthy eating New Year’s Resolutions you can adopt in 2017:

1. Always Eat Breakfast

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

It kick starts your metabolism and provides energy to get moving.

A breakfast of protein, whole grains, fresh fruit and low-fat dairy is better than sugary cereal and whole milk.2

2. Cook More Often

Cook More Often

By getting in the kitchen more often to cook a meal, you reduce the amount of takeout and processed food you eat.

The best food certainly doesn’t go ping!

3. Perfect Your Portions

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One of the biggest downfalls of a healthy balanced diet is not understanding what constitutes a portion.

Make 2016 the year you learn what a portion is.

There are infographics all over the internet as well as products you can buy to help you produce a plate that is portion controlled and in balance.

4. Pimp up Your Water

Pimp up Your Water

Firstly, make sure you are getting enough water EVERY Day.2

Then change up the odd glass (2-3 a day is good) by adding yummy ingredients that enhance your heath or bring a detox effect – things like lemon, cucumber, ginger and mint.

5. Eat Less Meat

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This reduces your saturated fat intake and it’s good for the environment.

A new year is a great time to introduce Meatless Monday to your life.

6. Eat More Fish

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Fish is brain food.

Fish is omega-3.

Fish is nutritious.

Fish is usually less caloric than meat.

Fish is delicious.

And as well as being brain food it is good for your heart, eyes and mood.

Eat More Vegetables
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