10 Ways That Healthy Eating Will Help You

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10 Ways That Healthy Eating Can Help You

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Whether you’re looking to lose weight or you want to feel healthier and more energized, there are many benefits to healthy eating!


Healthy Eating


In this blog post, you will be introduced  to ten of the reasons why it’s worth making the switch from unhealthy foods to a diet full of nutrient-dense foods like vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts, and seeds.

Healthy Eating Can Help you to Lose Weight and Keep It Off


One of the most obvious benefits of eating for your health is that it can help you to lose weight. When you fill your diet with nutrient-dense foods, you’ll feel fuller longer and be less likely to indulge in unhealthy snacks. Additionally, healthy foods tend to have fewer calories, therefore making it easier to reduce your daily calorie intake.

One of the best ways to lose weight and keep it off is making healthy eating a lifelong habit. When you make small sustainable changes, you’re more likely to stick with them over time. And by making healthy eating a part of your everyday routine, you’ll be less likely to fall back into unhealthy habits.


Lower Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Levels


High-sodium content is one of the most common reasons that people suffer from high blood pressure or elevated cholesterol levels, but changing the way you eat can have a big impact on blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Eating healthy means consuming more nutrient-dense foods like vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts, and seeds instead of processed snacks high in sodium.


Help Prevent or Manage Diabetes


Eating healthier can also help you to manage chronic diseases such as diabetes. For example, unhealthy eating habits can increase your risk of developing type-two diabetes, but making the switch to a diet full of nutrient-dense foods like vegetables and fruits is one way that you can decrease your chances of getting this disease.


Consuming More Fiber, Vitamins, and Minerals


When you eat healthily, you’re getting more fiber, vitamins, and minerals than you would if you were eating unhealthy foods. This is because processed snacks are often low in nutrients, while nutrient-rich foods like vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and nuts are packed with essential vitamins and minerals that your body needs to function correctly.


Improve Your Skin


Eating a diet full of nutrient-dense foods is beneficial for more than just your internal health-it can also have an impact on the appearance and quality of your skin, hair, and nails! By eating healthier, you’ll provide the necessary nutrients to these areas that they need to look their best.


Keep You Energized Throughout The Day


A diet high in processed snacks will leave you feeling tired and sluggish. Still, a nutrient-dense diet full of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and nuts is packed with vitamins and minerals essential for providing your body with the energy that it needs to power through your day.


Protecting You Against Chronic Diseases


Eating healthier foods may also decrease your chances of developing certain cancers, such as colon or stomach cancer. Studies have also linked a healthy diet with a reduced risk for heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.


Improve your Mood and Mental Wellbeing


When eating unhealthy foods, you’re likely not getting the nutrients your body needs to function correctly. This can lead to feelings of fatigue, irritability, or anxiety. On the other hand, eating healthier foods can have a positive impact on your mood and mental well-being because it will give you more energy throughout the day!


Reduces Bloating and Excess Water Weight


Unhealthy foods are high in sodium which can lead to bloating or excess water weight-and no one wants to feel bloated and uncomfortable all the time! Eating healthier foods means consuming less sodium, so you’ll be less likely to experience these adverse side effects.


Healthy Eating is Affordable and Accessible


Healthy foods don’t have to be expensive; they can often be cheaper than unhealthy processed snacks! Additionally, there are plenty of healthy foods that are accessible no matter where you live. With a little bit of effort, it’s easy to make the switch to a more nutritious diet. There are so many delicious recipes out there that can be made healthy!

You don’t have to give up the foods you love.


Check Out These Healthy Eating Options:
Bell Pepper Mini Quiche recipe.
Bell Pepper Mini Quiche
Greek Chicken Thighs from Dr. Mark Hyman’s Eat Fat, Get Thin
Healthy Greek Chicken

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Naturally Yours,
Elise Ho
Ph.D., D.N. Psych.
Behavioral & Mental Health Specialist

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Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho is a Holistic Health & Life Coach with a special interest in emotional health, life alignment, and energy flow.

Elise will partner with you to align your mindset, your energy, your home and your career so that you can live your life's desire with freedom and love.

Elise offers 30 years of experience and multiple certifications and degrees including a Ph.D. in Natural Health and a doctoral degree in Naturopathic Psychology.