Making Small Changes But A Big Difference

Part of eating healthy is looking at what you are eating now and making the changes needed to make it a healthy thing. While this may initially sound like deprivation, it helps you to sustain a similar pattern of eating, but enhances what it offers you in terms of nutrition. It's just as much of a change of mind as anything else.
For example, if you're used to having a burger for lunch, it may be a good idea to turn to a tuna or chicken sandwich on granary bread. The idea remains the same — meat, bread, seasoning — and if it appears a little tasteless in contrast, there's a ton you can do with pepper, paprika or a number of other light spices.
For several, the thought of replacing a candy bar with an apple or a pack of crisp with a handful of fruit and nuts is similar to replacing a small puddle pool. But if apples aren't for you, there's a wide range of fruits packed with taste and nutrients. And none of that means that you can never eat chocolate again. In fact, an occasional bar can make it easier to stick to the diet over the long term.  

Think about the role soft drinks are playing in your diet too. If you can replace a few soft drinks with a glass of water or fruit juice every week, you can benefit from this move. It may sound dull, but on a hot day there is no better taste than an ice-cold glass of water.
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