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Eating: rules and tricks

[Eating: rules and tricks]

Eating: rules and tricks

- Drink 1.5 litres of water per day.
- In order to preserve vitamins and minerals, favour steam cooking to boiling.
- Use the list of equivalences and the table of calories to vary your diet. Where vegetables are concerned, their nutritional value remains equal, whether they are cooked or not, however, some vegetables have a higher sugar content, such as carrots, beetroots, salsifys and peas.
- Use spices, condiments and herbs to enhance the taste of food. You can opt for any of the following: lemon juice, soya sauce, salt, spices (pepper, cumin, curry, paprika…), herbs (tarragon, chive, parsley…), onions, mustard, garlic, vinegar, gherkins, capers and fat-free stock cubes.
- Do not skip a meal: have three meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and one healthy snack in the afternoon.
- Avoid snacking in-between meals.
- Keep up regular physical activity, i.e. walking, jogging or riding a bike.


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