Tips on Eating More Nutritious
Here are some tips on eating more nutritious.
You are what you eat. We get told this so much, but it seems like there is so much information on what to eat and what avoid, that it can be confusing at times. Here in this article, you will find solid, healthy eating tips that can clear up some of the confusion.
I think it goes unsaid that we all worry a little about our health. I am now 67 years young and over the last couple of years, I know I have been worried about it.
I discovered I have developed Pre-Diabetes and while I have been on Metformin for it, that does not really help cure anything. ( I quit taking it.) In fact, I have read if you go this route with a medication that you will need more and more and eventually have to use needles and I hate needles. I know that my feet feel like I am walking on bubble wrap and my legs feel numb part way up. I also need to lose 80 lbs. Count me down 10 lbs. on the Transformational 10 day I did. In fact, I am going to do it again.
I need to change my eating habits for one thing. I do not care for many cooked vegetables and the ones I do are not in season for long. So I have been exploring alternatives. Drinks and shakes and more of a healthy lifestyle.
Try not to buy into the fact that fruit juices and vegetable juices are a healthy beverage option. Many stores bought varieties are riddled with sugar, sodium, and other additives that make them no better than something like a soda. It is best to stick to whole fruits. However, if you do desire fruit juice, the best way is to make your own with a juicer and fresh fruit and vegetables. Here are some examples of what is in these so-called healthy drinks you buy off the grocery shelves. Full of Sugar and the Diet Snapple has Aspartame. In an article, I read they ask why would a drink that is 100% Juice need added ingredients?
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Mom always said to eat your potato skins and apple peels. She was right. Though it’s unclear whether, as she used to say “all the vitamins are in the skin,” it is true that eating the peels of many fruits and vegetables provides the added nutrition of the food’s fiber. Of course, it’s important to thoroughly wash fruits and vegetables whose skin or peel you plan to eat – or better yet if you can afford to, buy organic. Green The humble cabbage family (including kale, collard and mustard greens), provides us with an especially good buy, nutritionally. If you haven’t yet added these to your diet, you should. These dark green leafy vegetables are renowned providers of phosphorus, calcium, iron, and carotenoids. Also, they are inexpensive! However, I do not care for these to eat so I have found some fantastic products that make it all worthwhile and taste fantastic. Let me know if you would like to know what products I use. They are fantastic.
Are You Going To Get Healthier?
With these Tips on eating more Nutritious and now that you know some of what types of things you should be eating for proper nutrition, you should start to see a difference in the way you look and feel. You really ARE a reflection of the things that you eat, and information given here can help your Health,
I would be honored, if you the reader and I hope soon to be friends, go on this journey of exploration together. Your comments on what has worked for you would be greatly appreciated.