Making Small Changes But A Big Difference

Part of eating well is taking a look at what you're eating now and tweaking it to make it better. This will probably feel like deprivation at first, but as you get used to your new way of eating and you improve your nutrition you'll soon lose the cravings for your old favourite foods. It's also just as much about shifting your mindset as anything else.

For example, if you're used to eating burgers at lunch, you could try switching it up and having a tuna or chicken salad sandwich or wrap instead. The basics are the same: meat, bread, and seasoning. You can do quite a bit with pepper, paprika and other spices. Branch out and try some new flavours! 
The idea of replacing a chocolate bar with an apple, or replacing a bag of chips with a handful of fruit and nuts may not seem that appealing. But there are so many healthy fruits and nuts to choose from. And this doesn't mean that you can never have chocolate again. In reality, allowing yourself an occasional treat can make it much easier to stick to a healthy eating plan long-term. 

Another thing to watch is, how many sugary drinks you consume. If you can replace even a few soft drinks a week with a glass of water, you will see such a huge benefit from this one small change. It may seem boring, but on a hot day there is no better taste than an ice-cold glass of water! Try adding some lemon, mint or cucumber for a nice refreshing change. 
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