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Finding a balance between your diet and your busy professional life can be a difficult task. When you consider how you spend most of your time at work, you have little time for your diet and diet. But good health is necessary to live; how can you make time to watch your diet?
You don't actually have to, not much, because there are a few ways you can adjust your diet. These are very small and it takes almost no time to make these changes. Here are three small but very useful dietary adjustments that you can make:
Avoid cooked breakfast
The first thing in the morning is the body still in the cleaning mode. As such, it is important to first avoid a heavy, cooked breakfast, as this goes against what your body naturally wants to do. Eat a light breakfast, such as fruit, that covers your stomach and may cause you to eat less.
You can also eat something like porridge with linseed or pumpkin seeds. Both seeds are a good source of omega-3 (another source is fish) that is good for the joints and can help prevent depression and brain diseases such as Alzheimer's and dementia. So avoid a cooked breakfast in the morning and choose something that is easier for your digestive system.
Reduce your portion sizes
You tend to lose sight of what you eat and how much you eat when your mind is seized. You worry about deadlines, presentations and meetings at work, so you don't pay attention to how much you eat. However, you can easily correct this by simply reducing the portion sizes. Reducing your food intake means that you do not eat too much, and you only consume what your body really needs.
Overeating is one of the most common causes of obesity, acidity, high cholesterol and diabetes. By eating smaller portions, you exponentially reduce the risk of ending with one or more of these conditions. Try not only to reduce your portion sizes, but also try to eat more slowly, so that you can more easily recognize when you are full, and also enjoy the taste of your food.
Drink more water
Although caffeine can be beneficial in the short term by keeping you awake and alert, the extra sugar dose you get from it is not. Avoid coffee if you can, because it is an artificial stimulus. If you absolutely need it, try to skip the sugar or reduce the amount. In addition, increase the amount of water you use during the day by keeping a bottle of water with you and taking sips regularly. The water keeps you hydrated and refreshed throughout the day and reduces the need for coffee and other stimulants.
With these small but simple dietary adjustments you can lead a much healthier and more nutritious lifestyle. Contrary to what is often thought, the key to a healthy lifestyle does not require major changes. Small adjustments, as discussed in this article, can make a huge difference to the quality of your health and life. The challenge is to stay with them, not to give in to temptation and to be consistent.