It's best to eat Foods you recognize because they are most likely natural.
Check for the first ingredients when eating processed food. If sugar is the first ingredient think again before purchasing Too much sugar over a period of time is damaging to the body.
- Shop the outside aisle of your grocery store, you'll find the healthiest and natural foods in these sections.
- Eat three different colored vegetables or fruits for each meal.
- Start your morning eating fresh fruit and/or drinking fresh squeezed.
- Lightly baked walnuts or almonds are great with fruit in the morning.
- Organic fresh fruits and vegetables are recommended, especially if they are thin skinned.
- Always scan the nutritional labels, if you haven't heard of the ingredient maybe you don't want to eat it.
- If you eat fast food, limit it to once a month. Continue to make a goal to reduce your visits more, only eating fast food once every 3 months.
- Dining out, ask about the ingredients when you're not sure about what's being served.
- Limit your use of alcohol, simple fruit drinks, and carbonated drinks during the week. They add calories and provide little nutritional value.
- Do not overcook foods like meats or vegetables, it takes away nutrients and can add carcinogens.
- Try to avoid smoked, processed and preserved meats so to protect you from harmful chemicals that cause diseases.
- Canned foods are good, but fresh and frozen foods are better!
- Listen to what healthy foods your body desires and combine foods that feel right.
- Margarine, shortening and refined liquid vegetable oils (synthetic fats) are foods your body has a hard time processing, so limit their use.
- Brown rice, whole wheat breads are recommended over white flour and white rice.
- Use olive or peanut oil, instead of refined oils while cooking.
- Eating avocado's, eggs, walnuts and fish (salmon), they are rich in vitamins and omega fatty oils which our bodies love but can't make.
- Provide your daily diet with Essential Fatty Acid Nutritional Supplements.
There you have it: 20 Best Healthy Tips for Good Eating. Do you have more to add?
Gill Fisher is Ultra Marathoner, a passionate runner, a motivator and coach for new runners.
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