October 31, 2014
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Eating healthy in a busy world

No one likes to be around a cranky and irritable person that has not taken the time to have a good meal. Not eating appropriately not only makes you feel tired, but it can cause some serious relationship issues when it comes to your mood.

Life is busy, but when you don't eat on a schedule, your body doesn't have enough energy to keep up with your active life. The reality is that if you eat more regularly and eat a more balanced diet, sugar levels stay more even, which enhances your mood.

There are some easy ways to get the food you need and allow you to still keep to your schedule and complete all the things that need to be done - and feel better while you are doing it. You are also less likely to eat junk food from the vending machine on your way from one meeting or task to another.

  • Eat smaller meals more often. This allows your body to have a constant source of fuel and energy to keep your sugar levels even.
  • Avoid sugars and soft drinks that not only make your sugar level increase quickly and at extremely high levels, but they also contain a lot of useless calories and bad sugars that are bad for your overall health.
  • Eat a lot of highly soluble fibre and proteins that can make you feel more lively and energetic.

Marlene Veloso


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