We’ll tell you how to make your eating habits healthier step by step and how to stick to the dietary change in the long term.
There are many excuses, and any one of them always fits stress at work, lovesickness, family obligations, or once again, an empty refrigerator. Sweets and convenience products are not only comforting but also a convenient alternative until the guilty conscience comes. “Then I’ll just start eating healthier tomorrow,” is often the response. Or next week. But that’s over now!
How can I change my diet?
Of course, we know the problem with changing our diet: the whole thing is always easier said than done. And throwing old eating habits out the window overnight and banning everything you love – including your daily ration of chocolate – from your life is doomed to failure in most cases.
It doesn’t matter if you want to eat healthier, lose weight or build muscle. The better solution is not to change everything at once but to take it one step at a time. A change in diet needs one thing above all: time.
Which tips help to eat healthier?
Even for our six tips, you do not have to implement them all at once. Try One after the other. Take your time. And you’ll see that eating healthy isn’t all that difficult.
1. Drink More Water
You can implement this tip immediately: drink enough water, 2 to 3 liters a day! No, not juice or cola, but water or unsweetened tea. That’s all your body needs.
Do you find it challenging to drink enough every day? Here are 6 tricks to help you drink more water.
Water also provides an unbeatable 0 calories. Even a loss of just half a percent of water (based on your weight) triggers thirst.
Thirst is a warning signal to alert you to a deficit. It’s best not to let it get that far in the first place. To ensure that your muscles are provided with enough oxygen and amino acids during training, they can regenerate optimally afterward.