|Bite for the Better|
|Written by Healthy Monday Campaigns|
|Tuesday, 20 March 2012 08:28|
Weight loss at menopause requires more than a strict calorie crunch. Sure, calories are an important part of maintaining or losing weight at menopause, but so are nutritious, healthy foods. Eating unprocessed foods like fruits, vegetables, beans and whole grains increases your energy, lowers your risk of health problems, helps you maintain a healthy weight and sets a good example for friends and family.
This week, focus on making healthy food swaps at every meal. Replace your lunchtime serving of chips with crunchy carrot sticks, or start your morning with oatmeal and fruit instead of a bagel and cream cheese. You'll soon discover how delicious nutritious foods can be!
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 March 2012 08:44|