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4 Ways How Eating Right Can Help You Live Long

By Chinelo Eze
15 February 2022   |   3:00 pm
The pursuit of happiness comes with the pursuit of a longer life. This can simply take place with some benefitting life changes like changing your diet. Limiting the intake of processed foods and red meat to be replaced by healthier choices like fruits and vegetables have been the way to go. Eliminate Sugar Start this…

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The pursuit of happiness comes with the pursuit of a longer life. This can simply take place with some benefitting life changes like changing your diet. Limiting the intake of processed foods and red meat to be replaced by healthier choices like fruits and vegetables have been the way to go.

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Eliminate Sugar

Start this journey by removing sugar from your daily diet. According to Dina Aronson, a dietician, this step is said to be centred on dietary analysis and health behaviour change.

Eat what you love

It is no news that eating fruits and vegetables are good for a healthy diet although they are not the most favourite. But for one to groom a healthy way of eating, you need to enjoy eating these healthy options.

Know what you eat

That occasional nibble that we have learned to do is a killer when trying to eat right. This is done often without taking cognisance of what we throw into out our mouths. Awareness of what we eats becomes paramount in as bein the first step to eating right. Do not be in a hurry to be perfect but start small and this leads to healthy eating.

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Meat Free

Another step that may be hard is to gradually go for plant-based options or foods that are rich in grains. Whole grains help to increase the blood sugar in slow paces, thereby giving the brain the needed energy to make the day and curbing late-night eating.