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6 Tips for a Healthy Diet

Day by day, diseases related to eating habits continue to grow, since when consuming food not many take the nutritional knowledge into account (its calories, sugars, fats and its components in general) it is for this reason that we will help you not only take care of your health through food but also be able to do it without shying away about eating what you like.

 

Here are 6 tips for you to enjoy a healthy diet at your fingertips and enjoy each meal to the fullest:

  • Base your diet on fruits and vegetables:

These foods are rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber. You can enjoy a wide variety of flavors in various forms: whether fresh, frozen, cooked, raw, also in the form of juices or smoothies. More than half of your plate, ideally 75% of it, should be filled with veggies at every meal. Eating a rainbow of colors is a secure way to get an abundance of nutrients and phytochemicals through your diet.

  • Eat foods that are good sources of protein:

Eat clean meat, poultry and whole eggs. Look for grass fed meat and pasture raised poultry.

  • Eat only whole grains: 

All grains can increase your blood sugar. Stick with small portions of low-glycemic grains like black rice, quinoa, teff, buckwheat, or amaranth.

  • Avoid or Limit Dairy: 

Dairy today is not what it was used to be years ago, and it has been linked to cancer, allergies, digestive problems and more. Limit your consumption, except for the occasional grass-fed dairy from yogurt, kefir, butter, and ghee.

  • Avoid or Eat Less Sugar:

Eat less of any food that might spike blood sugar and increase insulin production, as these are linked to inflammation, obesity, diabetes, heart disease and much more.

  • Eat Lots of Healthy Fats

It’s ok to eat fats as long as you’re eating the right ones for optimal health: omega-3s. You can get these from fish, nuts and seeds, avocados, olive oil, whole eggs, coconut, etc.

To conclude, remember that it is not necessary that you give up your favorite foods, but rather that you find a balance in your diet. Since each body and health history is unique, you can consult an expert to help you in the process of planning the right diet for you, as it is important to highlight that all bodies work differently.

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