Tips for a healthy diet

After being convinced that your body needs a balanced diet with high amounts of carbohydrates rich in fiber, water, vitamins and a moderate amount of protein, fat and bacteria, there are some rules that need to be followed when establishing the diet.

Don’t trust everything that is written on the labels

Any figure is relative, and food manufacturers are very selective about what information they choose to note on the packaging. A correct choice based on labels is almost impossible, if you cannot “decipher” the specific terminology.

Get used to eat only what you like and what you need

Remove all dishes that are not necessary and that you do not take pleasure eating.

The worst thing you can do is to feel guilty over what you eat. Guilt is a negative feeling that can lead to eating disorders – bulimia, anorexia, feeling that just food makes you feel good, etc..

Eat several types of fruit and vegetables every day

This gives your body a good source of vitamins, minerals and fiber necessary to fight diseases.

Fiber helps the bowl to pass through the digestive tract, give you the feeling of fullness and you control your eating habits. In addition, the energy level is at stable rates.

Eat three times a day

In general, it’s a meal, a snack or lunch-type meal and breakfast. You may need two small snacks such as fruit or a small sandwich between two small meals, depending on the pace of the body. Meals should be based on carbohydrates such as pasta, bread, rice and potatoes, accompanied by vegetables and / or fruit. Meals should contain one serving of protein, low in fat, carbohydrates and accompanied by vegetables and fruits in abundance.

Choose low-fat protein

Fish, shellfish, lean meat, poultry, eggs, all of which provide protein needs without damaging the body fat.

 

Get used to cook with less fat

You can use butter, olive oil, peanut or sesame flavor to cook, but try to use as little as possible.

Eat less sweets

A large amount of sugar in your organism can disrupt the balance of natural energy and can cause headaches. In large quantities, refined sugars lead to sudden mood changes, hypoglycemia or diabetes. Get used to using the natural sugars in fruit.

Include dairy products in daily diet or another source of calcium.

Drink two to three liters of water per day

Water helps dietary fibers to swell and to carry out tasks within the digestive system. Helps in the metabolism of other nutrients from food, maintains healthy skin and hair and prevents dehydration.

Try not to drink more than three cups of coffee, tea or cola

All these drinks contain caffeine, which affects the assimilation of vitamins and minerals. In addition, artificially stimulate your body, which has the opposite effect, namely to suppress energy.

Include good bacteria in your diet in the form of yoghurt enriched with acidophilus and bifidus. A cup of yogurt per day balances the good bacteria in the body, regulating digestion.

Try to eat regularly and avoid not eating anything for more than five or six hours

This helps the stomach to function effectively. Eating regularly stabilizes enzymes that protect the stomach from excess acid secretion and allows it to metabolize food more efficiently, balancing the energy level and mood.

Drink alcohol moderately

Some wines contain antioxidant vitamins and minerals that reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease. Beer and champagne also have beneficial nutrients. Drinking can be pleasant, but in excess can cause liver problems, and alter mood and energy level.

Tips for a healthy diet

 

 

After being convinced  that your body needs a balanced diet with high amounts of carbohydrates rich in fiber, water, vitamins and a moderate amount of protein, fat and bacteria, there are some rules that need to be followed when establishing the diet.

Don’t trust everything that is written on the labels

Any figure is relative, and food manufacturers are very selective about what information they choose to note on the packaging. A correct choice based on labels is almost impossible, if you cannot “decipher” the specific terminology.

Get used to eat only what you like and what you need

Remove all dishes that are not necessary and that you do not take pleasure eating.
The worst thing you can do is to feel guilty over what you eat. Guilt is a negative feeling that can lead to eating disorders – bulimia, anorexia, feeling that just food makes you feel good, etc..

Eat several types of fruit and vegetables every day

This gives your body a good source of vitamins, minerals and fiber necessary to fight diseases.

Fiber helps the bowl to pass through the digestive tract, give you the feeling of fullness and you control your eating habits. In addition, the energy level is at stable rates.

Eat three times a day

In general, it’s a meal, a snack or lunch-type meal and breakfast. You may need two small snacks such as fruit or a small sandwich between two small meals, depending on the pace of the body. Meals should be based on carbohydrates such as pasta, bread, rice and potatoes, accompanied by vegetables and / or fruit. Meals should contain one serving of protein, low in fat, carbohydrates and accompanied by vegetables and fruits in abundance.

Choose low-fat protein

Fish, shellfish, lean meat, poultry, eggs, all of which provide protein needs without damaging the body fat.

Get used to cook with less fat

You can use butter, olive oil, peanut or sesame flavor to cook, but try to use as little as possible.

Eat less sweets

A large amount of sugar in your organism can disrupt the balance of natural energy and can cause headaches. In large quantities, refined sugars lead to sudden mood changes, hypoglycemia or diabetes. Get used to using the natural sugars in fruit.

Include dairy products in daily diet or another source of calcium.

Drink two to three liters of water per day

Water helps dietary fibers to swell and to carry out tasks within the digestive system. Helps in the metabolism of other nutrients from food, maintains healthy skin and hair and prevents dehydration.

Try not to drink more than three cups of coffee, tea or cola

All these drinks contain caffeine, which affects the assimilation of vitamins and minerals. In addition, artificially stimulate your body, which has the opposite effect, namely to suppress energy.

Include good bacteria in your diet in the form of yoghurt enriched with acidophilus and bifidus. A cup of yogurt per day balances the good bacteria in the body, regulating digestion.

Try to eat regularly and avoid not eating anything for more than five or six hours

This helps the stomach to function effectively. Eating regularly stabilizes enzymes that protect the stomach from excess acid secretion and allows it to metabolize food more efficiently, balancing the energy level and mood.

Drink alcohol moderately

Some wines contain antioxidant vitamins and minerals that reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease. Beer and champagne also have beneficial nutrients. Drinking can be pleasant, but in excess can cause liver problems, and alter mood and energy level.

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