What should you be eating to feel good, to feel healthy? Looking for the best diet and nutrition plan can be conflicting and confusing, causing more stress than the initial desire to improve eating habits. The key is to eat healthy yes, but how do we know what is healthy and clean versus what is light and easy?
The easiest and healthiest foods to consume for example are:
Greens (you know which ones - all of them!)
Oh and you’ll love this - dark chocolate!
The list can go on and on but these are just a few of what our bodies need to lower cholesterol, boost energy, burn fat, prevent illness and even sustain hunger. Now you’ll notice there are no meats on that list, for one simple reason - meat is low in energy. However, there are ways to maintain energy whilst eating doses of meat accompanied by food that is high in energy giving a nice balance for a healthy meal.
It is ideal to eat a healthy breakfast each day and put a routine in place for the remainder of the day. Food also feeds the mind. Did you know that certain foods and spices such as nuts, berries, and even turmeric can improve your memory and concentration? So feed your brain, not just your stomach.
“Put simply: Everything in the brain that isn’t made by the brain itself is ‘imported’ from the food we eat.” —neuroscientist Lisa Mosconi, PhD