Gear up for a healthy lifestyle with 3 easy steps

Mega Tuna

Posted at Feb 20 2020 09:20 AM

Over the years, achieving healthy living has evolved from a strict diet and rigorous training and exercise. These days, healthy living can be that which brings balance to a person's emotional, mental, and physical health; it can be enriching social movements that contribute to world health; or it can be that which deals solely on practicality, sustainability, and maintenance.

Drastic changes are not things that necessarily happen overnight, especially when shifting to a healthier lifestyle. Practicing small steps is better on the long run, before eventually making more radical choices.

Here are three easy steps to jumpstart your journey towards a healthy lifestyle.

Eat right and eat regularly

Taking it slow means going back to primary habits and perfecting it. You will notice that as one gets older, the three major meals breakfast, lunch, and dinner, are getting neglected or traded off over time.

This step simply asks that you do not skip meals and then ''make up for it'' by food bulking on the next one. While this disrupts metabolism and acid levels in the stomach, it also decreases the fat-burning potential of the body.

The key is to eat small, balanced meals every 3-5 hours. Breakfast, referred by nutritionists and dieticians as the ''most important meal of the day'' must be taken 30 minutes to 2 hours after waking up. While dinner is strongly recommended to be taken before 7:00 pm.

Maintain a healthy weight

Assess your Body Mass Index (BMI) from time to time. While a normal weight (BMI of 18-25) alone does not be the result of a perfectly wholesome lifestyle, it is a good place to start.

To maintain a healthy weight, avoid food that are full of fat, cholesterol, or high in sugar and salt content. Anchored to this is the system of always checking the label and nutrition facts. Once you commit to doing this, you build a sense of awareness in what you choose to consume, thereby making it easier to adjust to stricter diet plans.

Other activities such as exercise routines which require a more extensive approach, may follow once this very simple step is followed.

Identify healthy and sustainable food options

When pursuing a healthy lifestyle, people usually have difficulties sticking to it, along with maintaining the lifestyle's tendency of being extremely expensive.

However, if you look carefully, there are food options that deliver the same amount of nutrients without all the health-compromising ingredients such as preservatives, while still being pocket-friendly.

The new and improved Mega Tuna is not only affordable enough to fit into anyone's budget, all its four ready-to-eat variants are also flavor-packed: Spanish Style, Sweet and Spicy, Flakes in Oil, and Hot and Spicy.

The Sweet and Spicy variant adds an exciting twist of sweet and spicy flavor with real corn bits; while Hot and Spicy has the perfect kick that suits the cravings of spicy food enthusiasts. Diversely, Spanish Style indulges the senses with a delectable mix of spices and vegetables. And finally, Flakes in Oil gives that umami and malinamnam taste experience.

Mega Tuna is made from pure tuna that does not contain Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP) or Soy Protein Concentrate, also known as extenders.

Without sacrificing taste, Mega Tuna's nutrient-dense can makes it a great choice when shifting to a healthier lifestyle because its affordability allows it to be more sustainable and accessible.

With a new look, bigger flakes, richer flavor, and better taste, anyone can easily avail of Mega Tuna's delicious food without feeling guilty afterwards.

So what are you waiting for? Try the new and improved Mega Tuna—the best Mega Tuna yet.

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