Healthy Living How to get into shape with your eating habit this Easter

All seafood is rich in protein and healthy omega 3 fatty acids, especially cold water fish such as salmon, mackerel, and sardines which are essential to maintaining good health.

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Easter is fast approaching and it’s time to start making preparation for a special celebration with family and friends.

However, remember that well-balanced meal is the key to long health. Use these tips to keep you from completely falling off your diet plan

Start the day right

Start your day by eating right. Make a giant smoothie or juice, to load up on nutrients and filling fiber. You can also much a plate full of salad so that you don’t consume more ‘bad stuff’.

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Vegetable fried rice

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Eat more seafood

Many people usually abstain from red meat on Good Friday, the best time to boost your fish and seafood intake. All seafood is rich in protein and healthy omega 3 fatty acids, especially cold water fish such as salmon, mackerel, and sardines which are essential to maintaining good health.

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Grilled fish

 

Exercise

It’s normal to consume a few extra calories around holiday time. Burn extra calories through a variety of different workouts such as brisk walking, jogging, cycling, paddling or swimming.

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Drink plenty of water

Place thin cucumber and lemon slices in your water glass for a liver-detoxing and digestion-aiding beverage.

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Water

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Eat more chocolates

Dark chocolate is more flavorsome than regular chocolate, they’re also healthier. It allows blood to flow through the vessels more freely, reducing blood pressure.

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Chocolate

 

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