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Staying Motivated To EAT HEALTHY

1. Set small, measurable goals that will help you get to your overall large goal. 2. Keep a food and exercise journal. This is extremely helpful to track how much you’re eating–sometimes you don’t realize howmany small bites here and there add up. You can do a hand-written journal or go digital and log your food/fitness from the computer or your smartphone. 3. Crowd processed junk food out of your diet by adding in nutritious whole foods. 4. Skip the pantry and head to the fridge. No one really keeps a lot of processed foods in their fridge because they’re usually self-stable. When looking for an afternoon snack, stick with something from the fridge (non-fat greek

yogurt, fruit, veggieswith hummus, edmamae, etc.) 5. Try new foods. Eating the samemeal every night can get old. Look for newhealthy recipes online, in cookbooks ormagazines so you don’t get bored with eating healthy. 6. Eat something every 2-3 hours. This keeps your metabolism running and alsomakes sure you don’t overeat after work. 7. Keep nutritious foods on hand and ready to eat. Preparation is the key to eating healthy! Having fresh vegetables and fruits, lean protein, healthy fats and smart carbs eachweek is super helpful for staying on track. motivated-to-eat-healthy/

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