Health risks related to unhealthy eating include over-consumption, lack of fruit and vegetables, and saturated fat intake. Eating sufficient fruit and vegetables can help prevent cancer, ischaemic heart disease and—to a lesser extent—stroke.
So, is it okay to eat the same thing every day?
If your meal menu runs on repeat, your body might hit a snag: People who eat the same foods over and over again tend to be less healthy than those who strive for variety, suggests recent research in the Journal of Nutrition. Research has shown that eating a lower variety of foods can help you lose weight.
What you should eat in a day to lose weight?
Here are the 20 most weight loss-friendly foods on earth, that are supported by science.
- Whole Eggs. Once feared for being high in cholesterol, whole eggs have been making a comeback.
- Leafy Greens.
- Cruciferous Vegetables.
- Lean Beef and Chicken Breast.
- Boiled Potatoes.
- Beans and Legumes.
How can I control my bad eating habits?
1. Take Baby Steps.
- Start each day with a nutritious breakfast.
- Get 8 hours of sleep each night, as fatigue can lead to overeating.
- Eat your meals seated at a table, without distractions.
- Eat more meals with your partner or family.
- Teach yourself to eat when you're really hungry and stop when you're comfortably full.