Let’s lift the confusion between comforting food and warming food.
1- Learn about carbohydrates and balance the glycaemic load of your food
Focus on “vegetable carb” and avoid “pasta carb” and learn how to replace refined products based on white sugar and white flour.
2- Choose warming food, not heavy food
Satisfy both your body and mind with comfort foods that fill your belly, warm you up, but are also good for you – Experiment with soups, stews or slow-roasted vegetable-based dishes.
3 – Eat mindfully and until satisfied
Winter can trigger some changes in behaviours which encourage fat storage. Eat mindfully to enjoy your food and tune into your hunger signals to prevent overeating and support weight management.
So you enhance your immunity, your energy and manage your weight optimally.
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