5 Essential Rules of Good Health


1. Eat right

The bottom line is, we eat too much. Cut back on portions and aim for four to six small meals a day that all include a source of protein—such as lean meat, fish or nuts—to help normalize your blood sugar and keep you full. Also make sure to eat a variety of foods from each food group. Include five to seven daily servings of vegetables (including one serving of cruciferous veggies such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts or cabbage) and two to three servings of fruit. Choose whole grains such as brown rice, quinoa and whole wheat, and minimize consumption of sugar and other sweeteners.

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As a resource advisor and advocate for the more than 35000 students throughout the United States, John writes about every thing related to college life, on and off campus, advising students and parents, helping them find solutions to their problems.


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