The Healthy Way to Eat
We all have a vague comprehension as to what healthy eating entails
but for many, it may instantly sound like a diet of deprivation and
boredom. Not so. Healthy eating can still be exciting and tasty, it just
means that you reduce the amount of processed and junk food that you
might have previously consumed and choose those foods that actually
serve to fuel your body instead of laden it down with unnecessary fat
and poor nutritional content.
It probably won’t be a surprise to read that eating more fruit and
vegetables are vital if you wish to develop a dietary habit that promotes
a healthy existence. Fruits and vegetables all contain such a vast array
of vitamins and minerals but they also include vital quantities of
A healthy diet means eating a wide range of fruits and vegetables and
not simply sticking a token banana or apple in your lunch box each day.
It’s important to remember that the more variety you have, the greater
the range of nutrients. Colour on your plate is important too, think of the
colours of bananas, pumpkin, broccoli and apples and if you are not
keen on the textures or flavours of these fruits or vegetables, you can
still use them in your food quite easily and actually find that you love the
textures and flavours. Use them in soups, smoothies, desserts, salads or
in a sauce.