Many people like to use the excuse that they are too busy to eat a healthy diet and maintain their good nutrition. The real truth is that healthy choices are even more important when you have a lot to do. It doesn’t have to take a lot of time to eat the right foods when you use some of the recommendations in the article below.
When cooking your lower-calorie and lower-fat diet meals, increase the amount of spices and flavoring you use. This will help you feel more satisfied with less food. If you get a variety of tastes in your meal, you won’t feel as deprived as if you are eating bland low-fat foods.
Take a multi-vitamin each day to ensure that you are getting all the nutrients that your body requires. This works because, even though food sources are best for minerals and vitamins, having your multivitamin as a backup means that you will get your nutrients even if you have an off day with food.
Digestibility needs to be considered along with the nutritional value of foods. Some studies (notably by Dr. Weston Price)show that traditional methods of preparing grains make them more digestible and add food value. These methods soak the grains and cause fermentation, which in turn creates enzymes that help us digest these foods.
We should consider carefully the meats and poultry we eat. Most are still laden with antibiotics and hormones, nitrites and nitrates–all detrimental to our health. Fortunately, in recent years, meats raised without these chemicals have become far more widely available to the general public. We can find them now at major supermarkets.
When your nutrition is poor, you will find that you have less energy than you need to cope with the demands of your busy day. When your nutrition is good, you will find that you have the energy you need to accomplish even more than you thought you could. Stop making excuses, and get your nutrition back on track with these practical tips.