Healthy Eating Tips Social Graphics

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Build your brand on social media with these 50 Healthy Eating Tips Social Graphics. Each social graphic contains a quick tip that people can use to improve their eating habits, measures 500 x 500 pixels and is delivered in a JPG format.

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Hundreds of thousands of people seek out and share healthy eating tips on Facebook, Instagram and other social platforms every single day.

You can use these 50 Healthy Eating Tips Social Graphics to reach these people and introduce them to the products and services you have to offer.

Use them to get more social followers, boost your social engagement or generate website traffic.

Healthy Eating Tips Social Graphics

Here are the 50 healthy eating tips featured on these graphics:

  1. Chia seed pudding, green tea smoothie, eggs and avocado are all great choices for breakfast.
    Our regular grain based breakfasts can interrupt our blood sugar levels, causing that common mid-morning crash. The choices above are heavy in protein which will keep our energy levels stable.
  2. Need a healthy snack alternative? Try half an avocado. A great option that will help to keep your energy levels high.
  3. Eat your spinach. Spinach is loaded with Vitamin K which helps to promote healthy bones.
  4. Best time for snacking? 4p.m. this is the holy grail between lunch and dinner.
  5. The best supplement to take? Vitamin B. These vitamins create energy that is often loss whilst stressing and consuming alcohol.
  6. One kiwi is packed with more vitamin C than an orange.
  7. Can I drink coffee? Absolutely! Drinking a cup of your favorite joe in the morning is perfect acceptable but try avoid late afternoon consumption which can interfere with sleep.
  8. Drink a cup of chamomile tea before bed. It acts as a sedative and relieves and digestive issues you may have.
  9. An apple a day can help to fight cancer and stroke.
  10. Cooking with lemon balm can help to relieve stress, tension and nervousness.
  11. Out of eggs? Use ½ mashed banana per egg as a substitute when baking sweets.
  12. Keeping green onions fresh by chopping and storing in a plastic bottle in the freezer or fridge.
  13. Add bananas, almost butter and chia seeds to toast for a healthy energy boosting breakfast.
  14. Drape a paper towel over the top of a bowl of salad and then cover with plastic wrap to maintain the freshness.
  15. This summer eat loads of cantaloupes. They are packed with both Vitamins A and C.
  16. Pumpkin seeds are an excellent source of tryptophan the essential amino acid that helps to produce happy chemicals in the brain.
  17. Eggplant helps to lessen free radical damage in joints which is a primary factor in rheumatoid arthritis.
  18. Grapefruit has been known to prevent diabetics.
  19. Upset stomach? Motion sickness. Drink a cup of ginger tea.
  20. Cucumbers are an excellent source of vitamin C, beta-carotene, and manganese which are all excellent antioxidants.
  21. Did you know that ketchup was once used as a medicine to treat diarrhea.
  22. Add flax seed to a cup of tea, sprinkle on salad or stir into your oat meals. Flaxseeds are a rich source of micronutrients, dietary fiber, manganese, and vitamin B1.
  23. Vitamin D can be found in salmon. Vitamin D deficiency can contribute to osteoporosis.
  24. Prunes are very satiating, and also contain fiber for a cleaner stomach.
  25. Bell peppers are full of Vitamin A which contributes to healthy, glowing skin.
  26. Soaking fingers and toes in equal parts of lemon juice and water can remove stains and rejuvenate the skin.
  27. Ranking highest in the “total antioxidant” category, strawberries are full of healthy aging agents.
  28. Cinnamon is considered a thermogenic specializing in the metabolism of fat.
  29. Walnuts provide essential fatty acids which support healthy cell membranes like those in the skin.
  30. Pepper can give a short metabolism boost.
  31. Grapefruit is full of fiber for better digestion.
  32. The properties of watermelon fill you up without calories.
  33. Sweet potato is full of fiber and protein.
  34. Eggs digest slowly and have few calories.
  35. Did you know coffee stimulate fat burning?
  36. Early research shows vinegar can help break down fat.
  37. Beans are full of fiber and makes you feel full.
  38. Apples contain flavonoids which are known for fighting fat.
  39. Apples are rich in quercetin, an anti-inflammatory crucial to heart health. Dark chocolate contains flavonoids. This pair forms a tasty snack that fights blood clots, improves circulation and reduces your chances of heart disease.
  40. Bananas and yogurt. This duo maximizes of muscle repairing glucose and amino acids. After intense exercise, this combination speeds up muscle recovery while strengthening muscle combination.
  41. Olive oil is the best source of mono unsaturated fatty acids and protects you from heart diseases. This controls bad cholesterol levels in your body while increasing the good cholesterol level. Olive oil is also a great source of antioxidants.
  42. Need a savory snack? 2 rice cakes topped with 2 tablespoons of hummus and cucumber slices. And it’s only 130 calories.
  43. A sweet healthy snack: 1 cup cherries with 8 ounces unsweetened vanilla almond butter. Only 130 calories.
  44. Sugar craving? Slice a banana, drizzle honey, sprinkle cinnamon, put in the over for 10 minutes at 350 degrees and serve with yogurt.
  45. Experts say eating almonds can improve your complexion, aid digestion and curb appetite between meals.
  46. Hungry? Eat some cereal. ½ cup skim milk and ½ cup cereal or ½ cup oatmeal and water.
  47. Watermelon plus avocado and feta cheese equals the perfect salad.
  48. Edamame is a great source of protein.
  49. An apricot has only 17 calories.
  50. Pretzels are extremely low in fat, containing just 2% daily value per serving.




 

 

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