1. Eat a healthy breakfast
Start your day right with good nutrition and energy in your belly!
Good breakfast options include:
- Whole-grain cereals or bread
- Non dairy milk
- A banana
- Dairy free yogurt
- A pancake
2. Portion sizing is everything
Try to have a vegetable, protein, and source of starch at every meal. When possible try consume complex carbohydrates instead of simple ones. Think whole wheat or chickpea-based pasta, brown rice, beans, quinoa and oatmeal. All types of vegetables can work- fresh, canned, and frozen! For proteins, chicken, beef, fish, eggs are all good sources.
Vegetables can be unlimited in serving size, carbs a cupped fist, protein one palm size and fats one thumb’s worth
3. Everything in moderation
Eat a mostly healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables but also indulge from time to time in your favourites. So no need to restrict yourself and not have your fave hokkien mee or bak kut teh, or even your alcohol. I do have friends who look forward to that TGIF rose, melot or that glass of Macallan… But as they say, too much of a good thing is not good.
Of course what you eat will depend what your goal at the moment is. If you are not sure what yours is for now, I am more than happy to have a conversation about it with you.
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