• The video covers various hacks for promoting healthier eating, like the visual trick of “you eat what you see,” which advocates for placing healthier options like fruits and nuts in clear sight to encourage better choices. Similarly, keeping water or tea in front of you can help maintain hydration.
  • Another tip focuses on pre-cutting veggies and storing them in a glass jar filled with water to maintain their freshness and crunchiness. While some nutrients might be lost, the overall benefits outweigh the cons, like reaching for less healthy snacks.
  • For those into nut butters, the video suggests enhancing nutritional value by mixing in various seeds like sunflower, hemp, and flax, adding not just flavor but also vital antioxidants and nutrients.
  • The video also suggests nutrient-dense additions to everyday recipes, like frozen zucchini or white beans in smoothies, and emphasizes the importance of berries and spices for their antioxidant properties.
  • Finally, it advises having a shortlist of quick, healthy snacks to avoid less wholesome choices, stresses the importance of meal planning to reduce waste and improve diet, and suggests bringing your own healthy dishes to holiday gatherings to balance out indulgent treats.

Ah, life’s too short to munch on bad snacks, right? These hacks are like a roadmap to a better you, and hey, who doesn’t love a shortcut to health?

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