healthy eatingWe are sure that we know everything about healthy eating and nutrition. However, almost every day scientists and nutritionists come up with some new theories, assumptions and recommendations, and make us confused again and again about what is the best way to a healthy eating. For example, we used to believe that all low-calorie diets can help us lose weight more effectively by making our body receive less calories than it spends during the day. However, recently there is a tendency to believe that not a low-calorie diet but a balanced diet is the best key to a proper weight management.

Check out the most recent guidelines and tips for healthy nutrition created and published by the world’s leading nutritionists to help us develop healthy eating habits and be always in a great shape.

  • tips for healthy nutritionBuy and consume only the foods free from transfats, as well as artificial preservatives, chemicals, coloring agents and so on.
  • Develop a habit of eating three times a day plus having two snacks, one between every two meals.
  • Eat your breakfast in 30-50 minutes after waking up.
  • Be sure that your breakfast has some good amounts of foods with proteins.
  • Develop a habit of controlling your portion size.
  • Always stick to a habit of eating slowly.
  • Always choose the foods which look the closest to their natural look. In other words, eat potatoes, not potato chips, or eat fish rather than fish sticks, etc.
  • Try to avoid “white substances” like salt, sugar, flour and so on.
  • Try to give up drinking carbonated drinks and packed commercial juices.
  • Control your caffeine consumption and consume 3-4 cups of herbal teas a day.

As you can see, there’s nothing much new in these great tips for healthy nutrition. The last and the most important recommendation from today’s nutritionists is GOING ORGANIC. Buy only fresh and 100% natural fruits and veggies produced with no harmful pesticides and chemicals. Canned or frozen products are also an acceptable choice in case if they are produced without harmful additives and preservatives. Think carefully about what you are going to eat, and develop a habit of making healthy food choices all the time.

Author Info: Hi! My name is Carla and I am a 5th year medical student at HYMS. I am interested in alternative medicine and I have done months researching the topic of herbal medicine. Besides, I like interviewing people and learning more about their experiences with one or another type of herbal treatments. I am willing to contribute to this site with my knowledge, and I would be happy to help you out to the best of my ability with any specific questions or problems related to alternative medicine.

One Response to “More Tips For Healthy Nutrition”

  1. AlbinNo Gravatar Says:

    Eating organic can be somewhat expensive, and perhaps harder to find. An alternative, where possible, is to grow your own. A few tomato plants can give you a lot of great tasting tomatos. Carrots are easy to grow, though they mat not be straight like store bought carrots. Anyway, if possible, grow your own produce. It is fun and healthy.