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How to eat healthy

Important to you to develop the right eating habits. This is not only for your weight loss purpose but the kids in your home will follow the lead of the adults they see every day.
See this article about Learning healthy food for your kids.

1. Calories needs
First af all you need to determine how many calories your body needs to function each day. This number can vary wildly, depending upon your metabolism and how physically active you are. See the following formula to help you calculate your calories needs.
Eat enough calories but not too many. If you consume more calories than your body needs each day, your body will store the excess energy as fat.

2. Staw away from Fat
Some fats are more likely to cause heart disease—saturated fats and trans fats. These fats are usually found in foods from animals, such as meat, milk, cheese, and butter. They also are found in foods with palm and coconut oils. Eat less of these foods.

3. More fibre
At least 25g each day can help you consume fewer calories. Fibre can make you fell full faster and longer, so it is good to take some breakfast with cereal. Cereal is known as rich fibre food. Combine the following: banana, strawberries or 1/2 cup of skim milk or soy milk.

4. Eat plenty of vegetables
Try to get fresh fruits, vegetables, and grains which is a foods high in complex carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, low in fat, and free of cholesterol.
They rich in variety vitamins that our body needs. Some of them also contain antioxidant.
But remember to avoid fruit juice because it can contain up to 10 teaspoons of sugar per cup. Sugar is not good for weight loss.

If you are overweight, it is very clear that you are eating more fats & carbohydrates on daily basis than what your body requires. Here is the tips for you if you feel you are overweight base on healty eating.

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