If you find it a daily grind to choose and cook healthy foods, you are not alone! With our fast-paced lifestyles and fast food just a telephone call away, it is easy to fall off the healthy eating track. But don’t despair. By following these smart eating tips you will be back on track to discover a healthier (and probably lighter!) you.
How to balance your body’s fuel for awesome results.
We very rarely eat carbohydrates, protein and fats on their own but when combined, we sometimes indulge in copious amounts. As we know, macronutrients such as protein, carbohydrates and fats should not be eaten in excess, so balance in consumption and portion size is essential for optimal health. To achieve this it is recommended you commit to an eating plan rich in fresh fruit, vegetables (with plenty of variety and colour), legumes, fatty fish, lean meat, low-fat, low-sugar cereals, and low-fat dairy. Here’s how you can get some balance back!
We all know drinking water is important for our health, but do we really know why? Let’s take a look at how water can make a marked difference to your health and your weight.
Before you go spending your money on armfuls of the latest supplements, check out this list of superfoods, which will help to keep both you and your bank balance in good health.
There’s actually some truth to that old adage of ‘you are what you eat’.
Without a doubt, our lifestyle plays a central role in determining our mood and we all have ways of dealing with this. Love her or loathe her, musician Cher says, ‘Nothing lifts me out of a bad mood better than a hard workout on my treadmill. It never fails.’ To us, exercise is nothing short of a miracle. While Cher has certainly tapped into that ‘runner’s high’ from the endorphin rush of exercise, what we eat and when we eat it can have a dramatic impact on how we feel.
Attention all female readers. Please take note of this for the sake of your own health:
(Source: By an anonymous victim)
To Soya/Tofu lovers All Males – PLEASE pass this info to ALL your female friends. It may save their lives!
Something to take note of. This is my true story, nothing altered. These are facts, as they relate to my experience, my opinions based on what I have read and felt. I am relating them to warn other young health-conscious women who are unwittingly harming themselves.