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Hannah Stellmach Apr 15, 2020 Nutrition

Five Tips to maintain or improve healthy eating habits

As we are taking strong measures to contain the spread of COVID-19, self quarantine and the temporary closing of businesses may affect normal food-related practices and fresh items are becoming less available. 

Good nutrition is crucial for health, especially in times when the immune system may need to fight back, the limited access to fresh food can lead to a high consumption of processed food, which tend to be sugar, salt and fat.

For optimal health it is also important to remain physically active at home. 

Here are 5 Tips to maintain or improve healthy eating habits even with few and limited ingredients :


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Eat fresh fruit whenever possible! Dried fruit causes major nutrient loss by depleting 30-80% of its vitamins and antioxidant content.

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Blueberries! 1/2 cup contains more antioxidants than any other common fruit or vegetable tested. 

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Don't deprive yourself of wholesome, nutritious foods, as this can lead to overeating!

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Eat slowly! You can save up to 70 calories by eating over the course of a half hour compared to 10 minutes.

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Avoid processed food. During food processing real food loses beneficial nutrients and is replaced with added sugars, trans fats and other harmful ingredients. 

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Supplements DO NOT replace REAL food! Try to get the majority of the nutrients through fresh food, it'll go a long way! 

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Added sugar is very harmful to your health that causes disease and contributes to obesity. Try grabbing a fresh piece of fruit instead!  

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