How to Eat Healthy While Travelling

How to Eat Healthy While Travelling

No matter where you’re going, it’s a good idea to plan ahead. Here I am going to give you a few quick and healthy food ideas, to help you stay on track so you can plan what to take and focus on finding real food. While these tips can all be used at home, this is extra-important when you’re travelling. Travelling can throw your regular healthy habits off when you’re skipping time zones or even just being in a different place.

Here’s something you should probably be eating more of...

Here’s something you should probably be eating more of...

Fibre rich foods are very important for good health. They help prevent constipation and fill you up without giving too many calories - useful if you are watching your weight. They may protect against bowel problems, including cancer of the bowel, which is one of the most common cancers in Britain.

How eating out doesn't have to sabotage your weight loss efforts

How eating out doesn't have to sabotage your weight loss efforts

Whether you’re already plant-based or just having more plant-based meals, there is so much choice it’s a lot easier to eat out now. It’s also a lot easier to make not-so-healthy choices! It’s a good idea to think about what you are going to eat beforehand and to follow these simple guidelines.

Developing healthier habits

Developing healthier habits

Many diets fail because they focus on food and not on the eating habits that make us overweight. Often, when the diet is over, our weight starts to creep upwards again. To achieve a more permanent approach to weight management we have to develop healthy eating habits. Below are a number of techniques that are quite easy to learn and can help you eat as you should. The methods are based on ideas of how people learn to change their habits.

Breakfast for busy people - why it's important not to skip

Breakfast for busy people - why it's important not to skip

According to nutritionists, a healthy breakfast should give you around 30% of your daily calorie requirements. It should provide us with energy, protein, calcium, iron, fibre and B vitamins which are all needed to get you through the day. If your body doesn’t receive these first thing, studies have shown your body is less effective at taking them on during the rest of the day.