Healthy Eating Made Easy
Maintaining a healthy, nutritious diet doesn't need to be complicated. All it takes is a little advance planning. From finding fun ways to eat veggies to picking the most nutrient-packed foods and feeling full with fiber, find the tips you need to eat smart, stay well and slim down or maintain a healthy weight.
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How can I control my food portions?
A healthy diet approach does not exclude your favorite foods, but encourages moderation and portion control. Here are tips for maintaining appropriate portion sizes . . .
- Q How does an irregular eating schedule affect my health?
- Q How can I stay focused on my healthy nutrition goals?
- Q What should I do when I'm stressed and crave junk food?
- Q Why should I avoid processed foods?
- Q What foods should I have in my pantry?
- Q What should I know before I try a vegetarian diet?
- Q Which foods can help me maintain high energy levels?
- Q What should I do if junk food is all that's available?
- Q What are the benefits of local food?
- Q How can food help me control my emotions?
Try these tips to save money and make healthier choices at the supermarket.
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