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Easy Tips To Help You Be Healthier At Work

Category: Health  

Working a 9 to 5 job and also a full time mom? We know it may seem hard to stay healthy and trying to workout at least three times a week. Therefore, we tried to put together some useful tips for you to try.

First and foremost- Planning is key, always always plan in advance to not be surprised with that chocolate cake for that random co-workers work anniversary on the 14th floor. Preparation does require investment, but definitely worth it. This is because if we are prepared, we can control and choose the type and quality of food that goes into our bodies throughout the day.

A few easy tips

Meal prepping

You can bring tasty sandwiches (preferably whole wheat bread and extra vegetables), make a rich vegetable salad (if we add corn and tuna to the salad we already have a full balanced and healthy meal), bring the leftovers from yesterday and warm up for lunch. In most cases, if we do not plan ahead what meals will look like throughout the day, we may find ourselves eating chocolate and chips laid out in the office! The subject of preparation in advance takes up for whole meals but also for the snacks, because you know….we love snacks. Crackers or whole pretzels, homemade granola, sliced ​​vegetables, fresh and dried fruits, unsweetened almonds / nuts can be an excellent substitute and answer for this need to snack throughout your day. At the same time, it must be remembered that healthy and high-quality foods contain calories and sugars, so it is advisable to limit the quantities and not to go too crazy. Two or three dates and seven almonds or two granola cookies are enough for a midday pick me up snack.

Delaying gratification

it is best to delay the dessert after your main meal because simply because you know it is not healthy.Even fruit that is a sweet fruit to end your meal with should be delayed. The need for sweet at the end of a meal is by the way, a matter of habit and a good way to part with this is to use your watch! Take a few minutes to let yourself digest the meal you just had, it takes 15 minutes after you ate to feel fully full. Turn the dessert or sweet snack into your midday snack (not every day of course) save those calories and improve digestion. But if you must have something sweet, you should go for the fruits of the season. However, remember that fruit also contains a significant amount of sugar and should not overdo it. It is advisable not to include watermelon, grapes or melons that are rich in sugar and go with an apricot, apple, pear or cherries.

Water, Water, and more WATER!!!

Water is the purest taste of life! Sometimes the feeling of thirst is mixed with hunger, especially when you do not walk around in the sun. To keep track of the amount of drinking you can put a bottle of water nearby and drink so your body doesn’t go into thirst mode. Make your water sexy with adding mint leaves, cucumber, strawberries, oranges, or anything that will give it another hint of fun freshness. Also, natural fruit juice can be a tasty refreshing option. Try to reduce the amount of coffee, cola and other sugary soft drinks / dieters, these are high in caffeine and calories.

There are ways to naturally boost your energy and sustain it through your day that don’t come with a caffeine crash.

Running, cycling and swimming are all solitary ways to burn a lot of calories in a relatively short amount of time.

More tips for you to try

If you order or go eat out during your work day make the right choices, for your mind body and soul!
When you eat out it is more difficult to control the ingredients and the menu. Try to choose places that serve healthy dishes as well. Whole grains (quinoa, whole rice, whole wheat pasta, buckwheat) Fresh salads and vegetables and legumes (beans or stir-fried vegetables / antipasti). By the way, a fried potato is not a vegetable!

Your job keeps you mostly on the road? Do you spend a lot of time in the car, meeting people in different places and and you eat out mostly. Always prepare a sandwich and vegetables and healthy snacks throughout your day. Otherwise you will find yourself at the nearest convenient store buying hot cheetos. Aim for always having fresh fruits, dried fruits (dates, daspers, apricots) and roasted nuts (walnuts, pecans, almonds, pumpkin seeds and a bun) which can be a nice snack between meals. These contain a beautiful amount of vitamins and minerals, giving energy and are also delicious. It is best not to leave nuts, almonds and seeds in the vehicle for long periods of time and bring them fresh on a daily basis because the heat and sun in the car will damage the quality of the oil in them. If you get stuck on the road without something to bite, pretzel is preferable to the various chips. And of course - do not forget to drink water!

Staying hungry is not an option! You must plan to eat and drink throughout the day, and not to get hungry, which will later have a heavy cost on your body! You will get home, won’t have control of what you eat and intake bad fats and unnecessary calories. Even if you work in high-tech or in another field, breakfast is important for concentration, good performance and compliments from the boss. In total, it is recommended to eat 5 or 6 meals a day: three large and two midday meals. You can also choose something as easy as fruit, porridge, yogurt and granola or sandwich. The main thing is to eat though!


Kickstart your metabolism into high gear

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They are beta-hydroxybutyric acid allied to mineral salts that provide your body with ready to use ketones. They may be a way to increase your ketone levels which may provide health benefits beyond its source of energy.

There are two basic ways your body can fuel itself. The most well-known is glucose. When you eat certain foods, your body will turn the food into glucose and release this in your blood where it can go to power up your different systems including your muscles, your organs and your brain.

Ketones are the other primary way you can fuel your systems. They are typically produced by the liver from fatty acids from the fat you eat or from the fat you store in your fat cells. While we often think of glucose as the primary fuel for our body, ketones appear to be just as if not more efficient in giving us energy and in particular our brains.

The primary way for us to make use of ketones is to fast (ingest no food at all and have only water, tea, coffee and electrolytes). This forces our body to use its fat reserves to create ketones to give energy to our systems. The other way is to go on a ketogenic diet, a diet low in carbohydrates and moderate in protein which does not bring in sufficient glucose to fuel your systems on glucose. Just as a fast, the ketogenic diet forces your body to burn fat as fuel. B

The takeaway

In conclusion, what we eat is absorbed in the body and becomes part of us, so we should choose quality foodS. Healthy eating habits and nutrition are always recommended, at home and at work, on holidays and on weekdays. Yes, it is sometimes permissible to indulge in something that you love, but it is best not to indulge in every meal every day when the culinary indulgence comes at the expense of health pampering. Make the dessert for your midday meal, bring a piece of cake you baked at home. If you taste the cakes at home, you can control that it is made of whole wheat flour, sugar, and healthy supplements such as nuts or dried fruits, saving calories and digestion. Always have a water bottle next to you, make it fun, be organized and prepare your meals for work! A little effort goes a long way!