Healthy tips for good health.
Take whole grains as opposed to processed grains.Whole wheat bread, rye bread, brown rice, whole grain cereal.
Have Omega-3 fatty acid. Salmon, mackerel, tuna are a healthy option.
Reduce the number of salt intakes by limiting the amount of processed fast food you take which has high sodium quantity.
Introduce vegetables and fruits in your food budget. They are loaded with fiber, vitamins, minerals which is essential for optimal body function.
If you have a garden, grow fruits and vegetables. This will ensure you have a cheaper and consistent supply of nutrients to your family.
Taking protein early in the day can help reduce sugar craving later in the day. This helps blood regulation