1. Choose whole foods instead of process foods

Start eating more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. They are filled with nutrients, vitamins, and minerals which helps our overall health.

2. Say no to sugary drinks

Not only do they cause diabetes and obesity, but they damage your liver, cause premature aging, and anxiety. Try natural juices. Not only will your body thank you, but you will feel so much better.

3. Have healthy snacks available

Keep healthy food in visible places or at eye level. This will help you control your urges of eating trash.

4. Try the “Outer Ring” technique

This tip from James Clear is kind of fascinating. Healthy food is in the outer perimeter of grocery stores. So, if you manage to stay away from the center aisles, you will be more likely to buy healthy food.

5. Eat in smaller plates

Science says that eating on a small plate tricks your brain into thinking you’ve eaten enough. As a result, your portion size will be more controlled.