Healthy Eating

Healthy Eating
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Confused by all the healthy food advice provided on the internet? Don’t worry we will give you a complete overview, the best essential advice, tips related to eating habits.

What is Healthy Eating?

Healthy eating just means eating good food which includes all the nutrients, nutrition, liquids, and adequate calories.


Many people think it is about a strict diet, food limitations, eating less, losing all the fat, or exercising all the time.

But that’s not what healthy eating is about.

It is about feeling good about yourself, boosting your health and confidence, generating more energy, and uplifting your mood.

You will find many experts giving advice about food and nutrition sticking to only one diet, that he finds best. Generally, the diet does not work for all.

That is also the case for celebrities. Celebrities get their diets from nutritionists, which are specifically designed for them and are not suitable for all.

My suggestion would be to try all the diets and look for the diet which is suitable for you.

You should look for all the delicious healthy food you can eat, not all the tasty food you have to avoid.

You can just start by eating locally available fresh foods rather than processed foods.

Eating healthy is essential for everyone. It’s never too late to start something which is good for you. Make short goals, expect change, compliment yourself, and make yourself happy.

I will also post about various diets and related content, So stay tuned!

If you want to learn about healthy food choices, you should also know about the basics of it, which is this pyramid.

What is the Healthy Eating Pyramid?

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Copyright © 2008. For more information about The Healthy Eating Pyramid, please see The Nutrition Source, Department of Nutrition, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, www.thenutritionsource.org, and Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy, by Walter C. Willett, M.D., and Patrick J. Skerrett (2005), Free Press/Simon & Schuster Inc.”

€ This is the most accurate pyramid for accurately eating healthy food and has personally helped me.

This shows a basic chart of what to eat, what to drink, how much. The bottom is most important, and the top is least important, Which shows a good overview to be healthy.

If you are curious about this pyramid, I have made a post dedicated to this pyramid only. Where I have talked about various layers in-depth, you can check out the post here.


Tips To Eat Healthy and Make Them your Daily Habits

When you are starting out with healthy eating, Some people get confuses about this topic. So to make things simpler and understand you better, here are the tips that I have followed personally that will guide you.

1. Limit Emotional eating:

Studies have shown that You eat more when you are experiencing emotions like sadness, happiness, anxiety, boredom, loneliness, etc.

2. Eat smaller portions throughout the day:

Rather than having only Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, break them into parts and eat them in small portions throughout the day.

3. Eat with others:

Rather than eating alone and watching TV or your phone, Try to eat with someone as research had shown that eating alone leads to overeating.

4. Don’t drink calories:

Sports drinks, beverages, carbonated drinks, and even juices can even lead to weight gain if you consume them regularly and drink too much.

5. Always drink water:

Drinking water can significantly help in weight loss and maintaining weight and guess what! it does not come with any calories. Calculate your water drinking limit and drink up.

Water accounts for about 70% of human body weight. Water is lost from the body through sweat, urine, and feces. Enough safe water should be drunk to meet daily fluid requirements. (nhp.gov.in)

6. Eat Nutrition Filled foods:

Increase your daily intake of nutrition filled foods including dairy products, protein foods, fruits, and vegetables on a daily basis.

7. Don’t Forget to Eat Grains:

your body can quickly convert energy from food like pasta, bread, tortillas, and rice but sure to eat these products made from whole grain on a daily basis which will help in increasing your energy.

8. Calculate how much your body needs to eat:

Make sure you know how much your body needs to eat. If you don’t know you can check out this free daily calorie intake calculator which will calculate your daily calories on the basis of your gender, age, height, weight, and how active are you on a daily basis.

9. Eat your meals in a balanced way

Balancing your meal means made lately eating all the essential nutrients, minerals, carbs, etc.

10. Make Dairy Products your Calcium Friends

Low-fat milk, cheese, soymilk, and yogurt, etc are a rich source of calcium which will help build and increase your bone strength

11. Fill up with Protein

The study says most people don’t eat an adequate amount of daily proteins which can cause problems in the future. Calculate your protein intake and eat protein from plant-based as well as from meat products.

Two tablespoons of fresh basil deliver about 25% of the Vitamin K you need in a day. And fresh parsley is not just a garnish it’s a great source of vitamins A and C and an excellent source of Vitamin K. (Over 75% of the D.V. in one tablespoon !) Add fresh herbs generously to salads, make herbed vinaigrette to drizzle on fish, or add them to water.” Marisa Moore, M.B.A., R.D.N., L.D. (self.com)

BE COMMITTED TOWARDS YOUR HEALTH, YOU CAN DO IT!

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