4 Quick Habits for Eating Healthier!

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be so difficult. Normally, we stray from our nutritious diets because there are too many temptations put in the way of us. If you get rid of temptation, you’ll find that eating a healthy and balanced diet is a lot easier to do. In fact, you could end up eating a lot healthier without even noticing! Here are four tips that can help do just that.

Hide Sweet Treats

If you see unhealthy foods, you are going to be constantly tempted by them. So take any cookies, chips, and candies out of sight. Hide any sweet treats that you have in cupboards that you hardly go in. Try to put bowls of fruit and nuts out on display on your kitchen surfaces. That way, you will reach for a healthy snack whenever your tummy rumbles.

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If you’re craving something sweet, make yourself some nicecream!

Don’t Throw Away Leftovers

Throwing away uneaten food is a big waste. If you don’t finish your meal, keep the leftovers to have for lunch the next day. You can also keep ingredients that you didn’t use for another recipe. Leftovers usually have a good shelf-life when stored in a fridge. To extend this shelf-life, you should place them in your freezer. One way to keep them for a lot longer is to vacuum pack them before you store them in a fridge or freezer. To do this, you need a vacuum sealer. Try to get the best vacuum sealer (here are some with reviews) that can help you store food for a few weeks.

Use Smaller Plates


One of the main reasons people have issues with their weight is because they eat large portions without realizing it. So to make sure you aren’t overeating, serve your food on smaller plates; here’s a great study that showed that we tend to overeat due to the size and color of our plates (shocking! I know). Be careful not to pile all the food up high on your plate, though! At first, you might feel slightly hungry after eating off smaller plates. That is just because your body is used to large amounts of food in one go. However, after a couple of days, you will get used to it and will feel full after a smaller meal. No matter the size of your plate, though, ensure half of it is taken up by fresh fruit or vegetables.

Drink Lots Of Water

Water is key for a healthy diet. You need to aim to drink at least eight glasses of pure water a day. The more water you drink means you won’t need to drink sugary or caffeinated drinks to stay hydrated. There are loads of ways you can encourage yourself to drink more water. One of the best ways is to keep a water bottle with you whenever you leave the house. That way, you won’t need to buy a drink while you’re out. If you don’t like plain water, try sparkling water. It tastes like a fizzy drink but doesn’t have all the hidden sugar.


Hopefully, this guide will help you eat a lot healthier without even trying! You might be surprised how much healthier and happier these tips help you feel.


Nicecream… because you deserve to feel like a kid!

This is by far the easiest and tastiest dish (can we call nicecream a dish?) I have ever made. It truly takes me back to summer time when all you think about is something cold, refreshing, something tasty… ICE CREAM!

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As adults we know that eating too much ice cream is not good for us (too much sugar can cause diabetes and obesity, amongst other illnesses, yikes!). So, what to do during a hot summer day? Or hey, if it’s winter and you want your ice-cream fix, I don’t blame you. I’ve been there myself. Nicecream is the answer. 

Nicecream I believe has come to save the day… it should truly come with its own superhero cape.  

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  • 2 frozen bananas
  • 1-2 tablespoons of your favorite nut butter (I typically use almond!)
  • Splash of almond (or coconut) milk
  • For flavor you have many options – which is wonderful. The most common ones are: 1 tablespoon of cacao powder, 1 tablespoon of coconut sugar (or sweetener of your choice), or a handful of berries (I added a handful of blueberries!)



  1. Blend together, serve & then enjoy!

Quick tip: Remember to peel your bananas before freezing them as this will make the process much easier. 

For the toppings you can seriously go wild! I’ve seen some nicecreams with almond flakes, chopped walnuts, goji berries, cacao nibs, ALL kinds of fruits or more nut butter. You can truly pick your favorite toppings and add them to your lovely and healthy treat! 

Try and give some nicecream to your children or nephews and nieces, you’ll see that they’ll love it. Now you have your healthy and tasty treat for both summer and winter!