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Easy & Realistic Ways You Can Make Your Eating Habits Healthier

July 13, 2022

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If you’re eating the same foods and making the same unhealthy choices, it’s time to take a good look at your eating habits; in addition, you may be in a rut routine-wise because let’s face it — old habits die hard. If you can’t lose the weight you want, it’s time to get out of your comfort zone. Healthy eating can be possible for everyone; it just takes small changes, consistency, and knowledge about nutrition to know what you should be eating and what to avoid.

Fostering Good Habits for Eating Healthy Long Term

The most realistic and attainable ways to change your eating habits begin with small steps that become part of your daily routine. Here are a few changes you can achieve with consistent practice:

  • First, start the day with a healthy breakfast.

    The day’s first meal is important because it sets your whole day up for success. A nutritious breakfast can help boost your energy and improve focus, memory, and concentration. If you’re out of breakfast ideas, try oatmeal with fruit and a sprinkle of cinnamon.

  • Drink more water

    The general rule is to drink half of your body weight (in ounces) of water per day. So, for example, if you weigh 150 pounds, you should be drinking 75 ounces of water daily.

    If you struggle with drinking enough water, set yourself up for success by buying a water bottle that will track what you’ve consumed throughout the day. Set the alarm every hour to remind yourself to drink water, so the entire day doesn’t go by without substantial H20 consumption.

  • Cut your portions down by 20%

    Overeating is very common and may be the root cause for many people who struggle to lose weight.Studies show that people are prone to eat more when a more significant portion is available, so try to dial back your legs and ensure you’re eating the right amount of servings per meal.

    Portion control is just as much a mental obstacle as a physical one, so try eating off a smaller plate than you usually would. Determine if you feel full after appropriate servings of food, and use that strategy to cut back on how much you eat at every meal.

  • Eat every few hours

    Plan to have a nutritious meal or snack every 2 to 3 hours. In doing so, your body will never shift into starvation mode, where you’ll eat anything in sight.

    If you aren’t hungry enough for a meal, try a healthy snack like cold-pressed juice or a piece of fruit with almond butter.

  • Have a plan and a list when you grocery shop

    Many poor food choices are made when we aren’t focused at the grocery store. Browsing the aisles can lead to grabbing for tasty items we don’t need in our pantry or refrigerator. So make sure to grocery shop on a full stomach so you won’t be tempted to fill your cart with high-calorie, sugary, or sodium-rich foods.

Change Your Lifestyle with a Healthy Eating Plan

A healthy eating plan can make all the difference if you struggle with changing your eating habits or lack the time. It’s easy to follow and a huge time saver – all you have to do is stick to the plan!

With a healthy meal plan service, you’ll get the appropriate vitamins and nutrients your body needs from each meal. In addition, you will get the right portion sizes to avoid over-eating. As a result, it helps nourish your body, keeps you energized and focused, and promotes overall wellness in your life.

By leveraging a healthy meal plan and making minor changes to your daily life, you will see differences in your overall health.

Healthy Eating Plans with Z.E.N. Foods

We are here for you’re ready to commit to a healthier lifestyle. This starts with a healthy meal plan. Our meals are carefully portioned and nutritionally balanced. Our Z.E.N. consultants consider your lifestyle, work, and activity level when setting up a tailored to your nutritional needs. Whether it’s a meal plan, juice cleanse or a combination of both. See our available plans or contact us at (310) 205-9368 for more information on our healthy meal plans.

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