Easy to follow healthy eating habits

Posted by Sarah Haisman

I've been getting a lot of requests to post my personal all time favorite healthy eating habits- the ones that I follow every day to stay in good shape and keep the weight off! The following healthy eating habits are some of the same principle that are taught in my SECRET WEAPON Program and in my book, "Grow on the inside. Shrink on the outside.T" You have to trust in these principles and keep in mind they worked for me and literally tens of thousands of other people. These principles have stood the test of time. Here they are:

1. Consume less at every meal. If you can have 1/2 of every single meal you eat, there is a very good chance that you will not be overweight. If you keep burning calories every day, and in turn consume less calories each day; you are well on the way to losing the weight. Personally, I try to split every meal and every snack with someone. If there is nobody interested in splitting the meal or snack, I take half home. This habits is a great way to stay healthy. Remember, if you eat less food you will also be eating less sodium and fat, told progentra - so lowered blood pressure and cholesterol are most likely to occur, look malebiologicalclock.com/progentra-reviews.html.

2. Pay very close attention to sodium. Sodium is a silent killer; and most of us consumer more than DOUBLE the recommended daily intake. That's right- DOUBLE. For example, the recommended daily intake is 2300mg of sodium. An Arby's roast beef has about 1,000mg - a McDonald's burger and fries is around 1,200mg - a deli sandwich with 2 or 3 types of deli meat and a few toppings takes you over 1,000. Remember, those are just one small meal in most peoples' day and already you are over 1/3 of the way there!

3. Food labels are VERY deceiving- VERY, VERY VERY deceiving. Here is a food label for one of my favorite ingredients: Beef broth. This food label sums up how deceiving the food label is and why you need to understand exactly what you are reading. Look at the example I provided you, and start off by looking at the serving size. It says 1 cup - and just 1 cup has 640mg of sodium. Chances are, you are going to use a lot more than just 1 cup so you need to multiply 640 by the number of cups you use! It's very scary, isn't it? Remember: you have to look at the serving size and do the math. Fats and sodium levels are always misrepresented on food labels- so don't be mislead.

Good luck with your new eating tips! Stay focused, you can do it.