Small Changes, Big Benefits: Adding Whole Foods to Your Diet Made Simple
1. Start your day with a fruit: A piece of fruit such as an apple or banana is an easy way to add whole foods to your diet. You can also add berries to your oatmeal or yogurt.
2. Add vegetables to your meals: Include a serving of vegetables with your meals. You can add them to salads, soups, stir-fries or have them as a side dish.
3. Snack on nuts and seeds: Nuts and seeds are a great source of healthy fats, protein, and fiber. You can snack on them between meals or add them to your meals.
4. Drink water instead of sugary drinks: Choose water instead of sugary drinks like soda and juice. Water is essential for hydration and has zero calories.
5. Switching from a cocktail or wine to mineral water when at home can have several health benefits
6. Reduced alcohol intake: By switching from a cocktail or wine to mineral water, you'll be reducing your overall alcohol intake. It looks like a cocktail but it's way better for you.
7. Chips can be a common snack choice for those who have a nervous habit of snacking or who simply enjoy the salty and crunchy texture. However, celery can provide a healthier and more nutritious alternative to chips.
8. Chips $5.99 a bag with limited volume and no nutrition. Pick brussel sprouts, celery, carrots... waaaay less money, waaaay more nutritional value. It's a win/win.