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Following these simple eating habits will sure make you feel a whole lot better.
Take your vitamins every morning
Study by study, evidence is mounting that a standard multi-vitamin fills enough of the gaps in your diet to make a real difference . For example, a recent study at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Institute in Seattle showed that people who took a multi-vitamin supplement and 200 IU of vitamin E for 10 years were half as likely to get colon cancer.
This will do two things – keep you hydrated and make you eat a little less. A Dutch study showed that drinking two glasses of water could make you feel less hungry, possibly reducing your food intake and aiding weight loss.
Try ordering your pizza with extra tomato sauce and lesser cheese
Men who eat a lot of tomato products tend to have less prostate cancer – probably because tomatoes are a rich source of lycopene , a type of carotenoid that’s believed to cut the risk of cancer. If you double the sauce on your pizza, you get double the lycopene.
Get lavish with onions (and keep a breath mint handy!)
Research has revealed that onions are very healthful – they’re a top source of heart savers called flavonoids – that it’s practically your duty to spread them lavishly on kebab rolls, pizza, burgers, and sandwiches. And speaking of junk food…
Whenever you eat fast food, drink two glasses of water afterwards
Junk food is loaded with fat and sodium, which can be hellish for your heart. You can’t do much about the fat once you’ve eaten it, but you can flush away some of the excess sodium by drinking plenty
Source: The Times Of India