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emilysmith1256
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Topic  How to Start Building a Healthy Diet for a Longer Life?       Flag »  Reply »
Healthy eating is a year-round thing, but January is often the time we take stock of our habits and commit to changing them for the better. This can be a positive thing, since motivation is contagious and taking care of yourself is always a great goal. The best way to lose weight and keep it off doesn’t involve quick fixes or extreme, short-term diets. It’s about small, sustainable tweaks that eventually lead to major change.

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  Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 4:01:32 PM
Aditi007
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Joined: 11/20/2019
Reply  Top 5 healthy diet tips for Hostel Students Flag »  Reply »
  1. If your exam is near and you have your exam date sheet in your hands and you are worried about how you will mantain your diet through out the exams then don't worry here are the top 6 healthy diet tips for you
  2. Eat a good breakfast. Studies show that skipping breakfast detracts from scholastic achievement. When there isn’t time to sit down and enjoy your morning meal, grab a bagel, piece of fruit and some juice. Most of these items can be easily stored in your residence hall room.
  3. If you must eat fast foods, choose wisely. Choose pizza with half the cheese, a regular size roast beef sandwich, baked potato or green salad with reduced calorie dressing. Limit high fat offerings like French fries, fried chicken or fish sandwiches.
  4. Keep healthy snacks on hand. This way, if hunger strikes during a late night study session, you won’t be tempted by vending machine candy, chips or ice cream. Possibilities include fresh or dried fruit, pretzels, unbuttered popcorn, rice cakes or whole wheat crackers. If you have a refrigerator, consider raw vegetables with low-fat yogurt or cottage cheese dip.
  5. Eat plenty of foods rich in calcium. People in their early twenties need to be building up stores of calcium in their bodies to prevent osteoporosis later in life. If you don’t like milk, try to include ample amounts of low-fat yogurt, low-fat cheese and green leafy vegetables in your diet.
  6. If you need to lose weight, do it sensibly. Starvation and/or diets that offer a quick fix usually backfire and are harmful. There is no truth to the theories that suggest eating foods in any particular combination will promote weight loss. The only safe way to lose weight, feel good while doing it, and keep it off, is to eat a balanced diet and exercise.
  Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 5:59:08 AM

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