Healthy Nigerian food timetable – Stay healthy with this Nigerian balanced diet food timetable
Health is wealth! Nothing else makes sense if you don’t have good health. Be you a student or a working-class lady/gentleman, eating a healthy meal is essential for you
Healthy tips for you to follow
- Drink plenty of water; it helps to flush your system and it is also a good weight loss and flat tummy therapy.
- Control your eating habit! You mustn’t eat anything that looks like food in your eyes. Less food means less weight, fewer calories, and a healthier body.
- Cook your meal with a lot of ginger, garlic, and onions. They are great for weight loss.
- If you are watching your weight, you can buy a kitchen scale to weigh your meals in order to know the number of calories you are about to take to help you control your weight.
- Trying to lose weight, please stay away from meat or chicken.
- Avoid eating out. Always cook your own healthy meal, which you can also take to work.
- Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables like apples, cucumber, carrot, pineapples, bananas, avocados, etc.
- Do not skip your meals; it will slow down your body metabolism and will make you hungry. Rather eat in smaller quantities when you are hungry.
- Never force yourself to finish a meal. When you are full, please stop eating.
- Avoid eating late at night.
- Do not eat your meals with alcoholic drinks.
- Avoid junk foods.
- Most Nigerian meals are mostly carbohydrates. Please, eat a small portion of every meal.
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Healthy Nigerian food timetable
- Breakfast: boiled yam/plantain and eggs
- Lunch: vegetable soup with wheat
- Dinner: peppered gizzard with fried plantain
- Snack: pepper soup
- Breakfast: oatmeal
- Lunch: jollof rice with fish
- Dinner: vegetable stew with fried/boiled plantain
- Breakfast: toast bread with hot tea
- Lunch: ofada rice, stew with assorted meat
- Dinner: yam porridge with smoked fish
- Breakfast: oatmeal with orange juice
- Lunch: jollof rice with salad
- Dinner: Abacha with smoked fish
- Breakfast: cereal with toast bread
- Lunch: fried rice with chicken/turkey
- Dinner: ewa agonyi with fried fish
- Breakfast: boiled potatoes with fried egg
- Lunch: grilled fish with mixed vegetables
- Dinner: Spaghetti Bolognese
- Breakfast: Akara with pap
- Lunch: okra soup with wheat
- Dinner: moi-moi with fresh/smoked fish
- Snack: nkwobi
While these meals help you stay healthy, it does not stop the need to see your doctor or health-care provider