You know, I'm not much into healthy lifestyle science. But from what I'm experiencing - avoid stale foods, try to eat fresh and organic if possible. Also, avoid fried foods with oil. Oil oxidizes under high temperatures and that's pretty lethal in the long run. When frying (because fried foods are often very tasty), try to use legitimate butter. It doesn't do that chemical reaction and is great in taste, too. Yeah, a bit more expensive, but meh.
Fresh vegetables, fish, low calorie foods, fresh fruits
Fish, vegetables are good for the health, if we can eat them every day, but some meat as beef and chicken are healthy too,although not eating them too much.
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Hi Leanne! I suppose that you can start with organically grown vegetables. These are produced in very ethical ways and they will hence taste better. However, they are often pricier than normal crops. You will also have to try to include some exercise to your routine and remember that consistency is key!
Any food eating in moderation coupled with exercise.
I like celery with peanut butter and grapes are also good to.
a lot of vegetables and nuts
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A Balance diet with the best combination of food on a Regular basis promotes a healthy lifestyle.
Always Have a "BreakFast like a king, lunch like a prince and dine like a pauper."
Best Combination of Food Includes -
- Green Vegetable
- Pulses & Beans
- Dairy Products ( Milk, Cow ghee, Greek yogurt)
- Soaked Pulses
- Meat ( 1-2 times a week)
- Beers, Wine, or other drinks ( once a week)
- Sweets ( chocolates & more) in small quantity