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Eat healthy

Eat Healthy


Eating healthy involves consuming a balanced diet that provides your body with essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. It is crucial for maintaining overall health, preventing chronic diseases, boosting energy levels, and supporting mental well-being. By making informed food choices, individuals can improve their quality of life and promote long-term health.


  1. MyPlate by USDA - Offers guidelines and resources for creating a balanced diet based on nutritional needs.
  2. Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health - Nutrition Source - Provides research-based information on healthy eating habits and nutritional guidelines.
  3. EatRight.org - A resource from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offering articles, tips, and tools for healthy eating.
  4. Healthline Nutrition - Features a wide range of articles on various aspects of nutrition and healthy eating.
  5. NutritionFacts.org - Offers evidence-based information on the latest nutrition research and dietary recommendations.

Example SMART Goals

  1. Increase my daily intake of vegetables to at least 3 cups per day by incorporating a serving of vegetables into every meal, aiming to achieve this within the next 4 weeks.
  2. Reduce my consumption of sugary drinks to no more than one per week by substituting with water or herbal tea, with the goal of maintaining this habit over the next 3 months.
  3. Ensure I consume a balanced breakfast containing protein, whole grains, and fruit every morning by planning and preparing meals the night before, aiming to establish this routine within the next 2 months.
  4. Limit my intake of processed foods to no more than two servings per week by preparing homemade meals and snacks in advance, with the goal of achieving this within the next 6 weeks.
  5. Increase my fiber intake to at least 25 grams per day by incorporating high-fiber foods such as beans, whole grains, and fruits into my diet, aiming to achieve this within the next 2 months.

Example Habits

  1. Plan and prepare meals for the week every Sunday to ensure balanced, nutritious meals are readily available.
  2. Keep healthy snacks like fruits, nuts, and yogurt accessible to avoid reaching for unhealthy options.
  3. Drink a glass of water before each meal to help with portion control and ensure adequate hydration.
  4. Include a variety of colorful vegetables in each meal to ensure a wide range of nutrients.
  5. Read nutrition labels when grocery shopping to make informed food choices and avoid items high in added sugars and unhealthy fats.

Note this information is not a substitute for a professional advice and varies from person to person.