1) Reduce your sodium intake
Eat less processed foods and fill up on vegetables and fruits.
2) Eat healthy fats
Switch from butter, margarine, or shortening to monounsaturated fat – for example, olive oil.
3) Eat whole grains
Whole grains are naturally low-fat and cholesterol free; contains 10 to 15% proteins and are filled with fiber, minerals antioxidant, among other nutrients.
4) Do physical exercise
Walking costs nothing, so a 20-minute walk around your neighborhood 3 times per week is a step in the right direction.
5) Limit your quantity of carbohydrates
By cutting carbs, your body produces less insulin so that you burn stored for energy.
There you go, take 5 – try it! ∅