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Basic Healthy Eating #ilovefood 🍳
Food & Drink
So, a new year means a few New Years resolutions; safe to say, a number of people will have 'eating healthy' on the top of the list (or at least in the top 5). In order to start this, where do you begin??
"it's not a case of what you eat- it's how much (of what) you eat". This is true, but at the same time, do we always consider what actually makes up the food we eat?
This is a weird, but helpful tip, that proves there are always healthier alternatives.
"The Average Quantity Per Serving" of both Sodium and Saturated Fat intake should be considered greatly when choosing foods; if the Sodium levels are around <300mg, and Saturated Fat is <3g , this is ideal to aim for when shopping.
Of course not all foods will have these levels, but looking for something close to these stats will be beneficial in the long run.
One last thing, for those of you who are unsure of how to convert kilojoules into calories:
No. of Kilojoules divided by 4.2 = No. of calories
(As 1 calorie = 4.186 kilojoules)
Living with a diabetic family member, these tips of knowing 'what is good for your health' really came to into play, and I hope it does for all of you :) it makes a difference :)
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