Do you struggle with finding content about healthy eating to post on your social media platforms? Do you lack the time and resources for creating your own social media postings? Do you feel you’re not creative enough to make attractive social media graphics?
Then this set of pre-designed healthy eating social media graphics is the solution to your problem! These eye-appealing graphics contain educational healthy eating tips for your social media audiences. They are perfect for many social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. You will receive 25 different designs (.png format) that you can use as often as you want.
The following nutrition tips are included on the social media graphics:
- Eat colorful vegetables each day to increase your intake of antioxidants.
- Nuts & seeds are great to have on hand for healthy snacking, as they are an excellent source of protein & healthy fats.
- Vitamin D is important for bone health – the best sources of vitamin D are natural sunlight, salmon, shrimp, & fortified milk.
- Cooked spinach, black beans, bran cereal, & soy milk are great sources of magnesium, which is important for building protein in your body.
- Too much caffeine can lead to headaches, trembling, & an abnormally fast heart rate – keep your daily intake to a minimum.
- Good non-dairy sources of calcium include broccoli, cooked turnip greens, sardines (with bones), cooked black-eyed peas, & tofu.
- Vitamin A can be obtained from cooked carrots, sweet potatoes, cooked spinach, & milk.
- Vitamin K can be found in steamed spinach, lettuce, soybeans, & steamed cabbage.
- Vegetables provide your body with essential vitamins & minerals, & can help in the prevention of chronic disease.
- Add chopped vegetables such as tomatoes, onions, spinach, mushrooms, or peppers to your morning breakfast omelette for an extra nutrient boost!
- Foods high in protein include lean meat, poultry, fish, milk, yogurt, cheese, tofu, beans, peas, & nuts.
- Try to avoid soda! One can (7.5 oz) of dark soda contains approximately 25 grams of sugar.
- Choose lean cuts of protein to maintain muscle mass.
- Eat fish 2-3 times a week to help get the right balance between omega-3 & omega-6 fatty acids.
- Flaxseed, soybeans, walnuts, & wheat germ are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids.
- Greek yogurt is an excellent source of protein, calcium, Vitamin D, & probiotics.
- Diets are temporary – eating healthy is a lifestyle!
- Avoid butter containing hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils, as they contain unhealthy trans fats.
- Instead of frying your food, try grilling or roasting it! It cuts out the fat while still providing bold flavors for all your favorite dishes.
- Creamy salad dressings tend to be high in calories, saturated fat, & sodium – be sure to read the nutrition label.
- Raw veggies & nuts are great snacks for on-the-go!
- Tomatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C.
- Cottage cheese is a low-carb, high protein alternative to animal-based proteins.
- Plant-based proteins, such as beans & lentils, provide protein, healthy fats, & fiber, but also contain carbohydrates so watch your daily consumption.
- Dark green leafy vegetables are low in both calories & carbohydrates, & are a great compliment to protein & starchy carbs.
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