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Most of us have some room for improvement when it comes to our diets, but it can be hard to actually stick to a healthy diet, especially if it requires you to cut out all the foods you enjoy. Luckily, a healthy diet doesn’t mean you’re eating bland and super clean all the time. It just means that you’re making good decisions and eating nutrient-dense meals most of the time. It really doesn’t have to be that hard to change your meal choices. We’re here to show you ways to make healthy changes to your diet.

Eat Less Processed Foods

One way to make healthy changes to your diet is to decrease your consumption of junk food. There are many downsides to eating a ton of overly processed foods, just as there are many benefits to eating loads of natural fruit. Once again, it’s nearly impossible to avoid all processed foods. Now and then, you’re going to reach for a convenient meal or give in to your cravings. This means you will be consuming less processed foods most of the time.

You should also try to include loads of natural food in your diet to balance things out. This can help you fill in any nutritional gaps you may be experiencing. If you can, try to find a fantastic natural food market as this will make it easier for you to enjoy natural food.

Eat More Lean Protein

We all know that protein is an essential part of a healthy diet. As long as you’re getting in enough protein every day, it doesn’t really matter what protein sources you use. Natural plant-based protein or animal-based protein and even protein powders are all good options. That being said, you can’t always opt for the fattiest protein.

You also need to include various sources of lean protein, as this has loads of benefits.
If you’re getting tired of the same protein sources all the time, why not spice things up by including some easy vegetarian dinners into your meal rotation?

Eat More Organic Fruits and Vegetables

Another way to make healthy changes to your diet is by incorporating more organic fruits and veggies. Whenever someone hears the words “healthy diet”, their minds immediately go to fruits and vegetables. And while it’s not healthy to only eat fruits and vegetables, the odds are that you could be including more into your diet.

An easy way of increasing your fruit and vegetable intake is to try and eat one to two servings of fruit or vegetables with each meal. You should be aiming for at least five portions of fruit and vegetables each day. If you’re not sure how to measure your fruit and veggie portions, this post will be able to help.

Have Balanced Meals

You need to understand that healthy also means balanced. People often think of carbs and fats as being “bad” foods. However, you can and should include them in your diet, as long as you choose the right sources of carbs and fats. Simultaneously, sweet treats aren’t bad when you choose healthy ingredients and eat them in moderation. The best diet is one that doesn’t feel like a diet. Try to balance your meals by having some protein, carbs, and fats in each meal.

You can also try to eat smaller portions. If you feel hungry after a meal, you may want to wait a few minutes before reaching for seconds, as studies have shown that it can take up to twenty minutes to feel full after you’ve eaten.

There is no need to delay that diet that you are dreading to start. You can begin by making a few modifications. Eating less processed food, more organic fruits, and vegetables as well as lean protein, and having balanced meals are ways to make healthy changes to your diet.

To a Fitter Healthier You,

Adriana Albritton

The Fitness Wellness Mentor

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