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Seven ways to eat healthier

1. Eat like a tourist in Greece.

A Mediterranean menu can help lower your risk for heart disease and keep you slim.

2. If you can’t grow it, don’t eat it.

Unprocessed, whole foods will give you the most benefits.

3. Read the back of the box first.

The more ingredients, the more likely it has visited a few processing plants where something artificial was mixed in.

4. The crunchier, the better.

Snacks that offer a big, satisfying crunch when you bite into them—we mean apples, celery, snap peas and nuts, not chips—keep your mouth busy longer than food you slurp.

5. You can always have more.

Anything you eat after you’re full doesn’t even taste as good.

6. A frozen berry beats a fresh doughnut.

Purchasing organic local produce is better for both the environment and your health

7. You can’t replace real ice cream.

Diet foods leave you feeling hungry and cheated says Alex, a ground coffee beans expert with Home Grounds. Indulge a little. It doesn't hurt.


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