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21 small diet changes that can save your life

Changing your diet for the better is never easy – especially when we’re driven by habit and convenience in a fast-paced world. However, there are certain things we need to prioritize and our health and well-being should be close to #1 at all times.

Fitness magazine compiled a list of 21 simple, convenient changes you can make to your every-day eating habits that make your quest to healthy living that much easier.

From the website:

1. Say So Long to Soda – Every diet soft drink consumed each day could increase your risk of being overweight by 65 per cent, according to a study presented at the American Dietetic Association. Other research suggests that artificial sweeteners may actually stimulate appetite, causing you to overeat. Instead, sip plain or sparkling water with lemon added for flavor.

2. Eat Like Clockwork – Women who eat erratically consume more calories and burn them less quickly than those who have six regular small meals each day, according to a British study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Don’t go more than three or four hours without eating something.

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21 small diet changes that can save your life

Changing your diet for the better is never easy – especially when we’re driven by habit and convenience in a fast-paced world. However, there are certain things we need to prioritize and our health and well-being should be close to #1 at all times.

Fitness magazine compiled a list of 21 simple, convenient changes you can make to your every-day eating habits that make your quest to healthy living that much easier.

From the website:

1. Say So Long to Soda – Every diet soft drink consumed each day could increase your risk of being overweight by 65 per cent, according to a study presented at the American Dietetic Association. Other research suggests that artificial sweeteners may actually stimulate appetite, causing you to overeat. Instead, sip plain or sparkling water with lemon added for flavor.

2. Eat Like Clockwork – Women who eat erratically consume more calories and burn them less quickly than those who have six regular small meals each day, according to a British study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Don’t go more than three or four hours without eating something.

… for the rest of the list, please click here.

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