Many times we eat out of boredom or anxiety. Now, eating excessively can have consequences such as overweight and development of certain heart-related diseases and digestive problems. What to do to follow healthy food habits?
Eat five times a day
Nutritionists and doctors recommend that you have five meals a day. Breakfast, midday snack, lunch, afternoon snack, and dinner. Now, the dishes should be of extreme quantities; only the necessary amount.
One of the ways to prevent that we are hungry all day is to make a good breakfast. In fact, doctors advise that is the most important meal of the day, due to the varied and healthy food included in, and the calories are burned more easily than the nocturnal ingestions.
Protein and carbohydrates
Another way to reduce anxiety is to consume food with protein, carbohydrates and healthy fat for each one of the meals.
Avoid sweets and saturated fat
It has been proved by several studies that increased consumption of sweets, sugars and fats stimulate the appetite and the desire to eat more and more often.
Set yourself a schedule
On holiday, and during hot summer days, meal times tend to be more complicated to stick to. The food routine is completely off balance, and we end up eating at random hours. Eating irregularly increases our appetite and fat accumulation in the body. Wherever we are, we should keep a minimum and set routine for the three main meals; breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Eating more slowly
Certain indicators establish that eating slowly increases satiety. Therefore, it is better to chew slower, savoring the dishes, and never no hurry to finish. It is also favorable that the portions are smaller and avoid constant snacking. This will improve your digestion.
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