We don’t need to be too confused or over-anxious about the nutrients we eat. Nowadays most of the countries of the world have food which is plentiful and varied and we are doubtful to be half-starved. Nevertheless, an effortless guide to the best content of our daily diet is below.
Eating healthy we have to consume every day following minimum amounts:
- Protein food (fish, poultry, meat, cottage cheese, baked beans) – 150 g
- Vegetable (including salads) – 300g
- Fresh Fruits (including fresh fruit juice) – 300g
- Carbohydrates (bread, cereals, potatoes, rice, pasta) – 150g
- Milk – 250ml
- Yogurt – 125g
- Pure Water – 2 litres
- Restrict the consumption of eggs to two and red meat preferable to two helpings per week.
- Eat three meals a day
- Eat butter on bread but in smaller amounts
- Don’t use reduced or low-fat products – Use full-fat products but in smaller amounts
- Don’t eat between meals but eat sufficient at mealtimes to satisfy appetite. If you feel hunger, better to drink pure water.
- Fill up on vegetables with your evening meal so that you eliminate the need to nibble in the evening.
- Use wholemeal products in place of refined ones (bread, rice)
- Don’t use artificial sweeteners in your drinks; it is much healthier just to reduce the amount of sugar you normally take.
- Don’t drink fizzy drinks
- Restrict alcohol intake
- Stop smoking
Follow these simple rules and you are on the path to a healthier and more attractive body.