There are clear guidelines to follow when it comes to good nutrition. Nutrition should be as simple as it is effective. The reality of the situation is that navigating the myriad of conflicting reports, convoluted labels and hard to find information can make food decisions difficult. This article discusses some of the ways you can make nutrition easy, and not something that constantly overwhelms you.
Quinoa is an option to consider when trying to reduce your red meat intake. It’s a rare non-meat that has many amino acids. It is also rich in vitamins and does not contain any gluten. It has a mild and nutty flavor, which means it’s good for you and also tastes delicious.
As a general rule, microwave dinners are not a reliable staple in a healthy diet. These meals typically contain heavy amounts of salt and sugar. Try buying fresh veggies and meats and cooking them yourself for best results.
Do you want to eat a lot less red meat? Then turn it into a condiment. Use red meat to add a bit of flavor to grains and vegetables. This practice is well-known in Eastern countries which have heart-healthy diets compared to the West.
Drink water in lieu of other drinks when possible. Serve juice or milk on 1 or 2 meals and try not to offer it constantly. The likelihood of them not being hungry when they are offered the meals is higher if they constantly drink juice or milk during the day.
Reading was the easy part! Putting into practice what you have learned will take a little more effort but be well worth the energy spent and even give you more energy in the long run. You have taken the initial steps necessary to begin positive changes in your consumption habits and once you put them into action you will be much happier and healthier for it!