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Eating habits


Rate your healthy behaviour.

My calorie intake is appropriate for my body weight.

I eat a versatile diet.

I often steam cook or eat raw food.

Breakfast (or lunch) is my biggest meal.

I don't talk while eating.

I don't eat till I am completely full (I stop at about 75% full).

I sit at a table eating in an upright position.

I usually eat at regular times.

I chew the food well. I drink water with each meal.

I practice mindful eating.

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      Eating habits is how you cook and eat your food. See diet for what you should eat.

      How you cook affect the level of nutritional value. For example, steam cooking retain nutritional values better over other cooking methods[1]. When you eat and how often is also essential. People who regularly eat lunch they didn’t prepare at work are more likely to be obese, and tend to have lower levels of vitamins and high cholesterol[2].
      Eating together as a family can improve children's nutritional health[3]. Families who rarely or never turn on the TV during meals were less likely to eat chips, soda and other junk foods[4].

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      • [1] Yuan, G., Sun, B., Yuan, J., & Wang, Q. (2009). Effects of different cooking methods on health-promoting compounds of broccoli . Journal of Zhejiang University. Science. B, 10(8), 580–588. doi:10.1631/jzus.B0920051 View
      • [2] Kant AK, Whitley MI, Graubard BI. Away from home meals: associations with biomarkers of chronic disease and dietary intake in American adults, NHANES 2005-2010. Int J Obes (Lond). 2014 Oct 16. doi: 10.1038/ijo.2014.183. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 25319744. View
      • [3] Hammons, A.J., & Fiese, B.H. (2011). "Is frequency of shared family meals related to the nutritional health of children and adolescents?" Pediatrics, 127 (6): 1565-1574.
      • [4] Andaya, A.A., Arredondo, E.M., Alcaraz, J.E., Lindsay, S.P., & Elder, J.P. (2011). "The association between family meals, TV viewing during meals, and fruit, vegetables, soda, and chips intake among Latino children." Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 43 (5): 308-315.