5 golden rules for a healthy and balanced diet

5 golden rules for a healthy and balanced diet

Healthy and balanced diet is based on 5 golden rules

a healthy and balanced diet are foods that provide us with the nutrients we need to be healthy and feel good. We usually feel a boost of energy when we eat good food. Discover 5 golden rules that are easy to follow every day.

1- Healthy and balanced diet requires drinking enough water

Water is part of a healthy and balanced diet, it is an an essential element for life, especially for our body.
Being thirsty means that the body is already in a dehydration phase and that it demands that you drink.
Hydrating with at least 2 liters of water a day plays a fundamental role for our general state.
Water favors the transit of dissolved substances essential to human cells, it allows the use of metabolic waste, maintains a constant temperature inside the body… and many other vital things as you will have understood.

2- Eat fruits and vegetables

Adopt as a principle and habit in mind to eat 5 fruits and vegetables a day.
It must resonate in us at each of our meals so that we do not forget them.
Fruits and vegetables give taste and color to all our dishes. And above all, they are a source of vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants and energy.
They are also low in calories, which means that you can satisfy your hunger without worrying about your appearance.
There are also many ways to cook them.
Raw or cooked, baked, steamed, seasoned… there are countless variations.

3- Think about good fats

Do you still think that eating fat is not good for your body? This is a belief that needs to be revised as soon as possible.
Of course, eating too much saturated fat (too much fat) can have devastating effects on the body, but unsaturated fats (good fats) are essential for our bodies.
As a source of omega 3 and 6, they meet many of the recommended daily requirements and they taste great.
Vegetable oils, nuts and seeds, avocados, salmon, trout, mackerel, sardines, herring… are foods rich in unsaturated fats that should be eaten in sufficient quantities for a balanced diet.

4- Eat a variety of foods

To give your body as much goodness as possible, remember to vary your diet.
Use new ideas in your dishes, try new things, and call on cuisines from around the world.
Look for good ideas from other cultures to boost the content of your plate.
Don’t forget to also think about spices to make the simplest dishes a real taste pleasure.

5- Limit industrial sugars

Try to consume as much as possible simple natural sugars such as honey or maple syrup.
Consume a limited amount of refined sugars, because they can be very harmful to our health.
It has also been proven via different studies that a real addiction to sugar exists which makes you want more, the more you eat. Obviously, consuming some from time to time to treat yourself to a little treat is nice, but try to make from time to time sugar free days.

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