The final part of our mini series on making healthy eating a habit.
One of the biggest challenges of healthy eating is finding substitutions for existing food in your diet. Here are some tips to make the transition easier.
Part 2 of how to Make Healthy Eating a Habit – Making small changes
If you can’t stand the taste of broccoli, then vowing to eat it more often is pretty unrealistic. But if increasing the number of vegetables you eat each day is one of your goals, start by finding a few different ones that you can painlessly work into your diet. Make sure you elect a variety of colours (dark green, red, orange etc.,) to get the most nutrients per bite.
This is the first of a 3 part series on how to make healthy eating a habit.
Eating healthier doesn’t have to be overwhelming. if you want to adopt healthy eating habits that will last, the easiest way to do this is by making small, gradual changes. Don’t expect too much from yourself too soon. It can take up to 90 days for a new action to become a habit.