Top 5 ways to be healthier - Clay Serenbetz

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  • Top 5 ways to be Healthier

    Here are top 5 ideas to motivate and inspire you throughout the sunny months ahead:

    1.Go for a daily walk. Now that the days are longer, its easier to squeeze in a short walk at the start or end of your day. Aim for at least 30 minutes most days of the week (but if you can only

    commit to 15 or 20, thats still well worth the effort). When things start to heat up, schedule an early morning or late evening walk when temps are cooler.

    2. Make salad your main course a few times a week. Take advantage of farm-fresh lettuce and

    the bounty of seasonal produce to concoct creative salad bowls. For a quintessential summer

    meal, top your greens with sweet corn, diced tomato, avocado, and crumbled feta.

    3. Get grilling. Its a terrific way to infuse flavor into lean proteins like skinless chicken breasts and thighs, turkey burgers, fish, shrimp, and pork tenderloin, especially if you start with a tasty

    spice rub or marinade. If you cook extra, youll have ready-to-eat proteins to add to leafy green or grain-based salads for simple meals later in the week.

    4. Start spiralizing. I dont endorse a lot of single-use kitchen gadgets, but Im pretty fond of the vegetable spiral slicers that are all the rage right now.

    5. Plant something anything! Never grown anything edible before? Dont let that stop you; starting a simple garden in pots or other containers is actually really easy. Go to the nearest

    hardware store and pick up a large planter, a bag of potting soil, and a small potted plant, like

    any fresh herb or one of the vegetables listed here.

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  • Worst Foods for Your Diet

    1. Alcoholic drinks

    2. Biscuits

    3. Butter, lard, dripping or similar fat (used as a spread or in baking/cooking etc.)

    4. Cakes

    5. Candy, including lollipops

    6. Chocolate

    7. Coconut cream

    8. Condensed milk

    9. Cordial

    10. Corn chips

    11. Cream (including crme fraiche)

    12. Chips (including vegetable chips)

    13. Deli meats

    14. Doughnuts

    15. Energy drinks

    16. Flavored milk/milkshakes

    17. Fruit canned in syrup

    18. Fruit rollups

    19. Fried food

    20. Fried potatoes/French fries

    21. Frozen yogurt

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  • 22. Fruit juice (except tomato juice and unsweetened black currant juice)

    23. Glucose

    24. High-fat crackers

    25. Honey

    26. Hot chocolate, chocolate milk

    27. Ice cream

    28. Jam

    29. Marmalade

    30. Mayonnaise

    31. Muesli/granola bars

    32. Muffins

    33. Nuts roasted in fat or oil

    34. Pastries

    35. Pies

    36. Popcorn with butter or oil

    37. Puddings

    38. Quiches

    39. Reduced cream

    40. Regular powdered drinks

    41. Salami

    42. Sausages

    43. Soft drinks

    44. Sour cream

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  • 45. Sugar (added to anything including drinks, baking, cooking etc.)

    46. Syrups such as golden syrup, treacle, maple syrup

    47. Toasted muesli, granola, and any other breakfast cereal with more than 15 grams of sugar per

    100 grams of cereal

    48. Whole milk

    49. Yogurt with more than 10 grams of sugar per 100 grams of yogurt

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