5 Healthy Eating Tips For Holiday Travelers

Tell us your story We love to hear from our audience. Follow @CNNHealth on Twitter and Facebook for the latest health news and let us know what we’re missing. Know your airline Platkin publishes an annual health ratings survey that ranks the snacks and onboard food service offerings from most major airlines. “When you’re a passenger on an airplane, you don’t really have much choice,” he says. “You’re a captive audience, and that creates a higher standard that airlines need to have.” In 2013, Virgin America and Air Canada each earned four and a half stars on Platkin’s site for offering plenty of healthy options and providing calorie information for consumers. Platkin recommends Virgin’s snack boxes — like the protein meal with hummus — and Air Canada’s roasted chicken wrap with salsa.
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Healthy Holiday Eating Tips

The last bite tastes really good, but do we really need all the stuff in between?” Kuiper said. Kuiper says a tip for eating smaller portion sizes is to choose a smaller plate, rather than a larger plate. A larger plate could cause you to take and eat more food. Also, watch out for how many sweets you eat after baking holiday goodies. garcinia cambogia “If you are going to cook, try to have a place where you can bring them or give them away or throw them in your freezer, so you can take them out later on,” Kuiper said. Meanwhile, Pulford is going through her holiday recipes to try to find healthier alternatives. “Roasted sweet potatoes – our family loves them.
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Letter: Eating healthier, exercising more are key to living longer

By purchasing foods with a low-calorie count and using whole-wheat products over enriched white products, an individual is 10 times more likely to lower his or her blood sugar and cholesterol. Eating healthy does not http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/garcinia-cambogia-extract—crucial-data-released-231403591.html mean just fruits and veggies. It also means proper mealtimes and portion control. Breakfast should always be the first meal of the day and dinner should always be the last. Large portion size of most individuals daily meals also causes weight gain. Shopping healthy is great way to get the adequate meals and the portion size an individual needs.
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