So, how do you know if your diet is not as good as it could be? Let’s look at the telltale signs that your body is making a plea for help and you need to make a positive change happen so you look and feel your best.
We are all aware of the importance of a healthy diet. But with so much conflicting information out there, it’s time for us to start sorting through what’s truth and myth. The reality is that healthy eating is not necessarily about strict limitations or depriving yourself of the things you love or enjoy eating. It’s more about keeping it you-centric and making sure that you feel great while you fuel your body with essential nutrients to make it function at its best.
We all know that we should be eating plenty of fruit and veg. In fact, studies have shown that a diet high in fibre and the nutrients that fruit and veg provide can help us to stay well for longer. However, consuming enough fruit and veg can be challenging. So, how can we eat enough fruit and veg to stay well?
Research indicates that the Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of illnesses such as heart disease and stroke. However, this diet is a lifestyle choice rather than a short-term craze to lose weight and improve health.
ATHLETIC NEWS & REVIEW: By Columnist Michael Meredith – Athletic Coach: Photo credit: Fresh Caught Trout on a Salade Niçoise base. via photopin (license) Nutrition is a topic that I like to call “simply complicated,” where the fundamentals of nutrition are so simple, yet the deeper you go the more complicated it gets. What I can tell you is the […]