Healthy eating can be tricky when you’re just starting the habit. With all the do’s and don’ts out there it can be hard to choose what to follow. Here are some tips assembled by nutritionist Karyn Forsyth Duggan on how to eat a diet rich in nutrition.
Did you know that the USDA doesn’t go by the food pyramid anymore? Instead, they use a diagram of a healthy plate and according to it, vegetables should take up the most room. About half of your plate should be covered in vegetables– Green veggies such as brussel sprouts, broccoli, and leafy greens are best. The rest of your plate should consist of a quarter portion of legumes or grains and a quarter of lean protein.
Breakfast is an important meal of the day. It gets your metabolism running, promotes clear thinking, and can help you stay on track with making responsible food choices throughout the day.
Starving yourself is not going to help you to lose weight and can cause serious health complications. It can also lead you to over-indulge when the evening rolls around.
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