Sharing another “what I eat in a day” video featuring very easy and healthy paleo, dairy-free, gluten-free meals and snacks!
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Certified Holistic Nutritionist
WHAT I EAT IN A DAY | easy, healthy paleo meals + snacks
Benefits Of Adding Cauliflower To Your Meals
Without the recommended daily allowance of a variety of nutrients, vitamins, and food groups, it is almost impossible to perform at your personal best on a continued basis. Here, you will find tips designed to help you get the right balance of nutrients, vitamins and healthy eating habits that will help you supply your body with the energy you need to do all the things you want in life.
Slow down when you are eating. Slow down and carefully, consciously chew your food. Chew each bite thoroughly rather than trying to finish as quickly as you can. Chew and savor every bite. This will cause you to feel full a lot sooner. It will also be much less likely that you overeat.
Ground turkey, especially lean varieties, can be substituted for ground beef in any recipe. This reduced calories and also helps you not eat as much saturated fat. Just make sure it is made from turkey breast instead of the darker, fattier meat. Certain ground turkey has both dark meat and breast, meaning there is still saturated fat.
Nutritionists are aware that highly processed foods should be eliminated, or greatly reduced, from the diet. Getting rid of the outer casing of these types of grains is getting rid of its nutritional content. How does it make any sense to do that and then replace those lost nutrients with wheat germ and fiber additives/ Obviously not.
It is assumed that highly processed grains taste better than whole grains, and that is supposedly why they are used so much. Granted, for certain products and recipes, processed white flour is essential. Whole grains can help your digestive system, and have an overall better taste than grains that have been over-milled.
With the hand-picked nutrition tips and tricks in this article, you can make a positive change in the way you view your meals. Apply the tips you just read to make some changes to your diet and live a healthier life.