Changing your habits can be a challenge. But there are small changes you can make today that will have a big impact on your health. To get started, the first step is to set some small, specific goals to aim for. Each small goal you achieve will help you eat a little healthier.
Drinking plenty of water is an important part of staying healthy. Replace one drink that contains sugar – like a soft drink, juice or sports drink – with a glass of water each day. Take a look at our life hacks for drinking more water.
It’s ok to snack, just snack on food that’s actually going to make you feel stronger and healthier. One less sweet snack a day can make a difference to your energy intake, so why not switch it with your favourite fresh fruit? Take a look at our tips for healthy snacking.
Plan one night this week to cook at home. Learning one new healthy recipe and adding it to your routine can make a big difference to your weekly habits. Check out our guide for how to shop smart, shop healthy to help you write your shopping list.
Now that you’ve cooked your own dinner and packed your own snack, you can save money by skipping a take-away meal. Restaurant and take-away meals are typically too large and contain too much salt, saturated fat and sugar, and not enough vegetables and fibre.
Did you know there is a free coaching and information service to give you tips about healthy eating? Find out about this and other programs and tools that can help you set goals, meet those goals and feel better.
Use our food calculator as a guide for what you should be eating every day and start setting your own small, specific goals to get there.
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