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  1. Introduction.
  2. Changing how you eat.
  3. Misconceptions on healthy eating.
    1. Exercising on an empty stomach.
    2. Energy bars and drinks.
    3. Not eating breakfast.
    4. Low carb diets.
    5. Eating what you want.
    6. Not enough calories.
    7. No soda and alcohol.
  4. The healthiest foods you can eat.
    1. Fruits.
    2. Vegetables.
    3. Grains, beans and nuts.
    4. Sea food.
  5. Making healthy food choices.
    1. Tips in healthy food choices.
    2. Health balance.
    3. Meat and beans.
    4. Healthy fat intake.
  6. Facts about nutrition Labels.
    1. Serving size.
    2. Vitamins and minerals.
  7. Eating on a healthy budget.
  8. Eating for a healthy heart.
  9. Healthy cooking methods.
  10. Bibliography.

Becoming a healthy eater can be hard. It requires you to be both educated and smart about eating healthy. Food smart isn't about calculating the amount of grams or fat but about labels and counting calories. Eating healthy requires you to eat at least 3 healthy meals a day. It's all about balanced and moderate eating. Healthy eating isn't just limiting to a certain food type of food group. It's about the different types of food the healthy eater consumes. Eating healthy requires some leeway. You might not always eat what is right for you. You might consume too much or not enough. You might not get the proper nutrition. You should always provide your body and brain with the right foods to keep them healthy, strong, and alert. A Healthy eater usually has a good mind. They have learned now to take care of themselves and make good decision with their eating habits, Healthy eaters are always cautious about what they eat and know what effects it will have on their body.

[...] Below are some tips in healthy Food Choices - You should avoid consuming coconut, which is high in saturated fats, and olives, which are high in monounsaturated fats and calories. You can end up getting too many calories from fat in these foods. - When you cook vegetables grains you often add saturated fats and cholesterol. An example of a substitute for seasonings is egg yolk. You can add it to your bread and pastas. - Sodium is added in most processes, canned, and preserved vegetables. [...]

[...] Eating on a healthy budget Just because prices on healthy food can be expensive doesn't mean you cant eat healthy. Listed below are a few tips to help if you are on a tight budget Eliminate Junk Food Sometimes shopping by yourself is a good thing. Children, especially, tend to pick out unwanted junk food. If you shop by yourself you wont feel obligated to put that junk food Water or milk instead of soft drinks When going out to an event or special occasion, its okay to enjoy your favorite beverage. [...]

[...] Half a cantaloupe contains 853 MG of potassium, which is twice the amount a banana has. This helps lower blood pressure. Half a cantaloupe has 97 calories gram of fat, and 2 grams of fiber. Tomato Tomato contains 26 calories fat, and 1 gram of fiber. If you eat tomatos on a regular basic it can cut the risks of bladder, stomach, and colon cancer by half. Vegetables Onions An onion also protects against certain cancers cup contains 61 calories fat, and 3 grams of fiber. [...]

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