Our expert says:
<br/>It is wonderful that you are active and interested in healthy eating. The best advice is to try to eat six smaller meals per day, instead of three big meals. This keeps the blood sugar levels within the normal limits so you do not get hungry as often. You can also try to include the following healthy dietary guidelines:
<br/>Enjoy a variety of food
<br/>Make starchy foods the basis of most meals
<br/>Chicken, fish, meat, milk or eggs could be eaten daily
<br/>Eat plenty of vegetables & fruits everyday
<br/>Eat dry beans, peas, lentils and soy regularly
<br/>Use salt sparingly
<br/>Eat fats sparingly
<br/>Drink lots of clean, safe water
<br/>If you drink alcohol, drink sensibly
<br/>Use foods & drink containing sugar sparingly and not between meals
<br/>I would also advice you to see a dietician who can help you with a personalized meal plan in order for you to reach your dietary goals!
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