Eat a great fibre breakfast

Here’s a yummy, easy breakfast idea that will make a big difference to your day. Choose a cereal that includes at least 10 grams of fibre and top it with Greek yoghurt and raspberries. Greek yoghurt includes three times more protein than normal yoghurt, while raspberries are packed with tummy-filling fibre. In fact, this breakfast recipe contains around 22 grams of fiber, meaning that you’re less likely to visit the snack cupboard before lunch time.

Get up and walk regular

You don’t need to hit the gym to stay fit and healthy. In fact, a study published by “American Physiological Society’s Journal of Applied Physiology states that a two minute walk every 20 minutes can have a positive impact upon your cardiovascular system function, metabolism and reproductive system”. If you’re sedentary at your desk for long periods of time you can get up and have a quick walk and that will help

Schedule time in

When you’re busy rushing around during the week, it’s easy for meals, exercise and relaxation time to slip your mind. As a result, it’s equally as easy to find yourself binging on junk food, ditching exercise and scrimping on sleep. Don’t let your days or weeks turn into a whirlwind – factor exercise, healthy meal plans and relaxation time into your days and you’re more likely to stick to these healthy changes.

Graze On Nuts And water fruits

Nuts and legumes such as beans, peas, soybeans and alfalfa sprouts are all rich in protein, fibre, vitamins and unsaturated fat. Graze on them as an alternative to crisps and biscuits to stave off hunger pangs and to fuel your body with healthy nutrients. Change sugar snacks for natural ones will give you a good energy boost too. Use fruits as well to help you with your change in sugar snacks, use water fruits like melon, pineapple and kiwi to do this.