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Despite our greatest effort, the ultimate recipe for a perfect healthy body does not exist. All people are different and we have to realize that we cannot expect to all fit model sizes. Due to our various body types, this would simply be impossible. Additionally, if you are unhappy about your weight, it is not worth starving yourself either. For the healthy body, we need to eat right and it means learning how to combine your foods – not to stay away from it. This also means realizing that some types of diets are healthy for some but not for others. Lots of vegetables can be great for one person – but bad for the next and the same goes for proteins. You have to figure out how your metabolism works before you can really know what type of diet suits your system.
The nutritionist Maria Ramos gives us these ten advices for eating better:
Don´t be a shopaholic at the supermarket: Keeping a varied diet is not the same as buying one of everything. Variety comes from choosing the healthier options and making sure that you do not end up eating the same stuff every day. You don’t have to turn your back on foods. You can still eat healthy if you simply eat appropriate portions and eat frequently.
You have to eat at least five pieces of fruit or vegetables per day: Fresh or boiled, they will provide you with the vitamins, minerals and fibers you will need every day.
Try to eat cereals every day: Restricting your carbon hydrate intake is not healthy for your body as it is the fuel you work on. Bread, rice and pasta give us all the energy we need.
Legumes in the dish: chickpeas, lentils and so on have an extraordinary positive effect on our internal system. We should eat them several times a week.
You have to drink 1.5 liter of water per day: We are made of 60% water and to keep this balance, you need a daily intake of liquids. Fresh juices, teas, or just water are the best options while it should be said that soda and other fizzy drinks do not count.
You have to choose the fats properly: Animal fats are good but rich in saturated fatty acids and cholesterol, so you should eat them in moderations. The best fats come from olive oil, linos, fish, nuts and dried fruits.
Learn how to cook properly: When we roast or fry the food it has a tendency to break down the nutrients in the food. It is often better to cook at low temperatures and spare the oil. Using and oven or a steamer is also very good alternatives. This will also keep the flavor of our food.
Avoid fast foods: This type of diet usually has a lot of additives to conserve the food and help it to be ready in a few seconds. You have to think that you can prepare a better meal in the same time.
Eat fish: Three times per week would be ideal. However, watch out for salmon, tuna and sword fish because these types sometimes contain toxic agents so eat in moderations.
Keep an eye on your weight: The appropriate weight is the result of eating healthy and doing exercise. Rapid weight loss can be dangerous.