eBook about Healthy Eating - Did you know that food can help to improve your memory..... [NOOK Book]

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Eating healthily is about more than changing the actual food that you have on your plate, it?s also about your perception of food. Unfortunately, people in general learn very bad habits when they are young. Sweet treats for good behaviour and this endorses the expectation and need
for sweet treats throughout life and serves to make you feel deprived if
you can?t have the same...
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eBook about Healthy Eating - Did you know that food can help to improve your memory.....

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Overview

Eating healthily is about more than changing the actual food that you have on your plate, it’s also about your perception of food. Unfortunately, people in general learn very bad habits when they are young. Sweet treats for good behaviour and this endorses the expectation and need
for sweet treats throughout life and serves to make you feel deprived if
you can’t have the same luxuries on your healthy eating regime.

Healthy food should be celebrated and not rushed. Learn healthier eating habits, and listen to your body before snacking. Are you really hungry and do you honestly need those crisps or are you just bored or want to snack? Have a glass of water as you might just be thirsty instead of hungry and save the food for when you might actually need food.

Healthy eating is not about becoming unrealistically thin, about deprivation or about being strict and disciplined, rather it’s about being relaxed, feeling good, having loads more energy and being ready to bound into action at any point. Healthy eating is about learning some basic nutritional points that will serve as a solid foundation for your new eating practices. Most of all, it’s about adopting a fluid approach to life and learning to work with your own body and feeling the best that you can feel.

Your food is your fuel, it’s what gets you started in the mornings, it aids concentration, it gets you from A to B, it helps you to have zest in your life and the energy to cope with stresses, strains and boosts a healthy immune system to combat the various bugs and virus’s that you encounter en-route.

Did you know that food can help to improve your memory.....
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014379403
  • Publisher: Lian
  • Publication date: 5/27/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 13
  • Sales rank: 558,935
  • File size: 523 KB

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