Here Are the Changes That Happen to Your Body Once You Begin Eating Healthier and How to Get Started Today

Regularly eating a healthy, nutritious and balanced diet can transform your body and mind in some remarkably positive ways.

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When you start living a healthier lifestyle, there are two important healthy lifestyle habits that must be incorporated into your daily routine: a balanced and nutritious diet and some form of exercise.  Here’s the most important thing, health really is wealth. When you feel great it transforms everything in your life for the better.

You can start eating better today and almost immediately notice a positive shift in your mental state and being to experience a better sense of well-being.

Do you want to reduce hunger cravings and experience weight-loss?

Within the first week of eating healthier you’ll notice less hunger. Why? Because most unhealthy diets consist of empty carbs and insufficient nutrition. Think of your body as a car, without sufficient fuel (nutrition) your body burns through those empty carbs quickly leaving you on “E”  and you experience hunger again. If you don’t eat properly this cycle will continue and you that’s when most bodies start to experience weight gain. In order to increase metabolism, you need to eat the right foods.

When you begin consciously eating, consuming slow-burning, nutrition packed foods containing protein, omegas and complex carbohydrates, your body will be satiated and you’ll feel less hungry.

It’s important to mention that you can eat more fruits and veggies. Snacking healthy in-between meals not only satisfies hunger it nourishes you body.

Do you want to experience an overall sense of well-being and mental clarity?

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Reducing starch, high-sugar intake and saturated oils can help you get rid of “brain-fog”.  Why? Because these foods take a lot more energy for your body to break down. When you consume healthier foods, you will have increased energy and mental clarity because the body doesn’t have to work as hard to break them down. 

With more energy from eating nutritious foods, you will experience better workouts, sleep more soundly, be less bloated and experience a boost in mood. Eating the right nutrients, like omega-3s support brain health and improve both mood and cognition.

Do you want beautiful glowing skin?

Start the day drinking a glass of water. Creating a daily water habit is essential to hydrate the skin and vital organs. Water flushes out the digestive track removing toxins and bodily waste.

Do you want stronger bones, lower blood pressure and faster recovery time?

When you eat nutrient rich foods every day, your body will experience a more rapid recovery time in-between workouts or physically strenuous activity. By eating properly, your body will have the essential nutrients it needs to repair itself and increase bone density. Foods like dairy or veggies like beans and broccoli can support bone health. With a reduction of high-sugar intake, you are helping the body reduce glucose levels and lowering your risk for heart disease. 

Eating a well-balanced nutritious diet not only helps weight-loss, it promotes a sense of well-being and increases energy. What could you accomplish with more energy and feeling better every day?

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*This article is not intended to substitute for informed medical advice. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.

Roland Manny