Your health is very important and it is solely dependent on what you are taking into your body. There's a lot lot of misconceptions surrounding the topic of eating healthy and the one that we've decided to address today is the one that entails that people should have money in order to eat healthy.
What is a balanced diet?
As the term entails, it refers to a diet that comprises of all the nutrients and calories for the body needs to function properly. An example of a healthy diet includes:
— Fruits and vegetables
Keep track of your calories
Calories refer to the amount of energy that is stored in your food. Some have high energy whilst others are very low. Calories are used during strenuous body activities like running, thinking or even walking. According to scientific research, the average number of calories that a person must take but be between 1000 to 2000 calories a day. People who exercise are more likely to eat more of them than people who don't. To balance your diet you have to be conscious of the amount of junk food that you consume because there are no calories there. Avoid things like:
— Surgary drinks
— Processed meat
— Oily stuff
Affordable food that you can buy
Eating healthy lies in your daily dose of ingredients that you include in your meals. As aforementioned, you must make sure that every dish has atleast one of the ingredients from the food groups.
— Instead of buying processed stuff that are dangerous for your health, convert into buying fresh fruit and vegetables that comes straight from mother nature.
— You can even plant your own favorite vegetables in your garden to reduce your expenditure.
— Switch from your normal saturated fats into healthy ones like olive oil and avocado oil.
— Proteins are the main source for muscle growth and maintenance - make sure that you have enough of them.
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