Daily Food Intake - Healthy Eating
Here’s an easy way to help you serve up balanced meals without having to fuss and weigh foods. After a few weeks it will become a habit.Read More..
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Here’s an easy way to help you serve up balanced meals without having to fuss and weigh foods. After a few weeks it will become a habit.
|10 easy ways to eat more roughageThe recommended dietary intake for fibre is at least 30g a day. Here are some painless ways to easily increase your fibre intake.||How to Get Acidic Foods Into Your DietAdding some acidic condiments such as vinegar and lemon juice to your food can lower your blood glucose response to the carbohydrates in a meal.||Daily Food TrackerKeep track of what you eat daily and understand your daily food habits.||How To Keep Your Portions Under Control The perfect meal is one in which you are served a reasonably sized portion of wonderful, surprising, delicious food. You shouldn?t feel overfull at the end of the meal, but you shouldn?t be hungry either. Portion size is important to every well-balanced diet||How Much Water Do I Need to Drink?How much water do you need to drink everyday? There is no one rule fits all but here is a guideline on the amount of fluid that your body needs.||Food & Mood DiaryThe food and mood diary is designed to help you to keep track of what you eat at different times of the day and how these foods are linked to your mood.||Two Weeks Low GI Meal PlanHealthy eating the low-GI way is easy and delicious. To show you just how easy it is, here are two weeks of meal plans.|
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