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4 Tips for Improving Your Diet

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Are you looking to improve your diet? There are many simple changes that you can make to your day-to-day routines to help improve your diet. Throughout life, we all go through stages where our diet is on the up and sometimes on the down, luckily when you pay attention to it, you can easily make some changes. You don’t necessarily have to give up your favorite habits, you just have to educate yourself in the matter. So, if you’re asking yourself: Can you drink coffee while fasting? make sure to look for more info on the subject and you might get a nice surprise. Not only will improving your diet help with your mental and physical health but you’ll benefit from healthy hearing and get a better night’s sleep

Below we look into four tips for improving your diet. 

Drink more water 

Whenever you are trying to improve your diet, one of the first things to consider is your water consumption. How many glasses of water are you drinking a day? Do you manage to drink the recommended 2-3 litres a day? Drinking water is a vital part of living a healthy lifestyle and by drinking plenty, you may find you are able to get rid of any excess fat you are targeting as well as feel more positive overall. When you are trying to increase your water consumption, use an app on your phone to keep track of how many glasses a day you are drinking. Alternatively, fill up a 2-litre water bottle each day and make sure you have finished it before you go to bed. 

Add vegetables to your sauces

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It’s very important that you eat five pieces of fruit or vegetables a day. When trying to improve your diet, try to add vegetables into your sauces to disguise them, instead of eating them on their own. For example, when cooking spaghetti bolognese, add carrots, peas and sweetcorn to the sauce. It doesn’t change the flavour profile hugely and you’ll be getting plenty of nutrients. The same can be done by adding peas and onions to a curry or carrots and peas to a lasagna. 

Track your diet 

Have you ever tracked what you eat before? If not, you are not alone. However, when doing it, you may be surprised by the changes you make after knowing what you eat. So many people don’t know the nutritional information about the food they eat. Once tracking, they start to realize what they eat and can make changes accordingly. It may be that you are eating too much fat in your diet or maybe you are not getting enough protein. A lot of the apps go into fine details about the food and let you know about the vitamins and minerals that may be missing as well. 

Cook more meals at home

Depending on your lifestyle, it could be that you spend a lot of time eating out – this is especially common if you live in a major city. When eating out, it can be hard to stick to a healthy diet and you don’t really know what’s in your food – except calories if you look on the menu. Cooking at home allows you to have complete control over what you eat and put in your body. It helps you eat better and reduce the fatty foods that you may eat when going out for dinner. 

What tips do you have for improving your diet? Which of the above four tips do you find most useful? Is there anything you would like to add that our readers can benefit from? Let us know in the comment box below. 

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