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How to Eat Healthier in 2020: (Almost) Everything You Need to Know

“Eat your veggies”? Easier said than done.

What if you’re not ready to break up with fast food just yet? How do you incorporate more veggies into your diet? Will a good diet actually make any difference? And finally, how do you plan and execute a low-effort transition period from eating randomly — to eating healthy?

If you’re struggling to break old habits and looking for some more reasons to eat healthier in 2020, read on. We gathered a bunch of articles packed with research, practical tips, and delicious recipes — say, (almost) everything you need to know to be well on your way to a healthier 2020.

Meet America's Most Dangerous Addiction — Processed Food

You’ve certainly heard that processed food isn’t exactly healthy or nutritious; in fact, it can wreak havoc on our digestive and immune systems easily.

But what's the link between how much of these foods we eat and our risk of disease? How do we keep the balance and eat less of processed foods? Let's find out!

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Fast Food: the Good, the Okay, and the Worst

We get it. You + fast food = “It’s complicated.” You’re getting ready to break up, but just not right now.

The breakup doesn’t need to be messy! In case you’re the kind of person who still nibbles a french fry now and then, we decided to separate the best from the worst while providing you with some healthier alternatives so that you can remain as healthy and ethical as possible while getting your fast food fix — until you're ready to cut the cord.

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The Uncomfortable Truth About Vegan Fast Food

Got the munchies for some fast food but don’t eat meat? Or maybe you do eat meat but want to try a healthier option for a change. This is where, for many of us, vegan fast food comes in.

While there are no animal cruelty issues at play with vegan fast food, there might be a health issue.

Curious about the whole vegan fast food revolution myself, we decided to unwrap the truth to find out how good or bad vegan fast food actually is for us.

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Stress or Bad Diet: Which Is Worse?

Think eating pizza is bad? Wait until you find out what stress does to you. Sure, it triggers us and causes us to overeat (or undereat), but it does so much more than that. If you want to get healthier, you not only have to cut out a bad diet, you also have to cut out stress — or learn how to cope with it better.

In this article, we’re going to take a look at the effect stress and a bad diet has on our bodies, as well as ways you can remove as much stress and overwhelm from your life as possible.

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Parents, Here’s What You Need to Know About Candy

Kids love candy! But as a health-conscious parent who is legitimately concerned for your kid’s health, where do you draw the line? What are the healthier alternatives? How to teach your kids healthy candy habits? Let's find out!

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How to Nail a Vegan Diet When You're a College Student

Are you a college student who’s been curious about the wonderful life of plant-based cuisine — or actually living it? Are you wondering how to fit healthy veggie meals into your academic hustle and bustle? Or are you a parent of a vegan college student who is concerned about the child’s nutrient and protein intake without healthy home-cooked meals?

Meal planning and streamlining practices are key to make a plant-based, vegan lifestyle manageable. Here in this article, we’re sharing our favorite tips and recipes that can help college students navigate on their plant-based journey.

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What tips and personal rules do you follow on your healthy eating journey? Feel free to share in the comments!


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About Kat Doe

Kat is a Content Strategist and Editor at NatureHub. Absolutely crazy about tofu and flower-infused drinks. Roots for veganism and vegetarianism, animal rights, humanism, and sustainability. ⠀