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Making Healthy Meals

Author : Rae Basa

Cooking a tasty meal takes a lot of time especially if ought to make it perfect and delicious. Just remember that there are some food out there that aren't healthy at all, they may look delicious and mouthwatering but the truth is, they are not too good for you. Meal time can also become top quality bonding time between members of the family. When you sit in one table, and end up joking and talking about some family concerns, this is a very golden time for a family. A healthy meal time not only makes the family much healthier, but it also strengthens the bond between its members. This article will help you cook your way to great health.

Here are top 3 tips for a healthy lifestyle:

1. Have your meals on time and never skip important meals like breakfast- some researchers found out that people who forget to eat breakfast end up performing poorly in work for the whole day. Some researchers also say that children who eat breakfast perform better in quizzes and exams compared to children who skip breakfast. However, there are people who think that skipping breakfast is the best way to lose weight, but instead they end up eating twice as much as they normally would throughout the day.

2. Do not be afraid to put assortment on the food you eat- a meal should have a certain balance of nutrients from vegetables, fruits, and sweets for it to be healthy, so one must aim to put certain portions of each in every meal to make sure that the meal will give the necessary vitamins and minerals. But eat appropriately; your daily calorie needs still matters.

3. Keep a well-balanced diet - aside from always eating your favorite food, think about trying others for a change. Eating the same kind of food daily is not healthy for the body and also when you buy a new food try to see its label at the back and read the nutritional facts so that you will know how much nutrients it will give to your body. Also, check your daily needs with your nutritionist so that you will be kept in track.

Knowing all of this, we have to make sure that we must eat at the right time of the day. Breakfast is usually the most neglected meal of the day. This is opposite what experts tells us.

Kindly check this breakfast recipe that will surely boost your day :

Breakfast on the run


? One cup of milk

? One teaspoon of granulated sugar

? Two frozen bananas

? One egg

? One fourth cup of wheat

? One half cup of plain yogurt

? Two teaspoon of vanilla extract for an extra delightful aroma

Put all the ingredients in the blender and mix it all up. Try experimenting by putting different nuts on top of it. Experience the difference by trying this simple recipe at home. If you are aware that you are a picky eater, you must think twice now and realize that being a picky eater won't help you much. Focus on eating your meal in time now before everything turns out bad like causing you serious health problem.

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