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Many people have new year goals, and among the most common goals are working on better healthy eating habits. If you’ve been hoping to reach your goals for the new year, you’ll want to pay attention to these healthy eating tips.

 

Moderation Is Key

 

If you’re like many other people, you’ve probably been tempted to jump right over to a crash or fad diet of some kind. This is a common way of trying to change over to healthy eating but, the truth is, it doesn’t really work and, in fact, may cause harm than good. The best way to begin and stick to a healthier diet is to ease into it. If your goal is to stop eating junk foods or something like donuts for example, start by swapping out your favorite junk food for something healthier, like a piece of fruit or a treat made out of whole ingredients.

 

Eat More Fruits and Vegetables

 

Speaking of fruit, one of the best thing you can do for your body is to put more fruits and vegetables into it. Fruits can often-times help you fulfill your sugar cravings while also getting the nutrients they contain into your body. Unlike fruit, sugary sweets and snacks literally have no nutritional value at all, and the majority of them are empty calorie foods. Vegetables are extremely nutrient dense, providing loads of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytonutrients, and yet are very low in calories. Eating more vegetables can help you to feel fuller while getting plenty of nutrition. This is key if one of your new year goals happens to be weight loss.

 

Eat Less Processed Foods

 

Processed foods contain chemicals, fillers, artificial colors, and other unhealthy additives that can cause health problems in the long run. The excess amounts of sugars, salts, and fats can also make them addictive and incredibly rewarding to your brain so that you just want to eat more and more.

 

Eat More Whole Foods Made With Whole Ingredients

 

When foods are made more of whole ingredients rather than chemicals and fillers, they provide your body with the nourishment it needs to thrive. Whole foods contain simple ingredients, not a long list of chemical names that you can barely read. For example: a smoothie made out of real fruit vs. one made out of ice that’s colored with artificial chemicals and sweetened with sugar or some kind of syrup.

If you stick to these healthy eating tips for your new year goals, you’ll be well on your way to better health!
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