A healthy Food Diet is about a balanced diet consisting of all the necessary nutrients and proteins. Change your eating habits into healthy eating with these fantastic tips:
Make fruits and vegetables the largest part of your food – Half-plate quantity:
Try to eat lots of fruits and vegetable and remember that potato is not considered a vegetable in a healthy food plate because eating potatoes have negative effects on blood sugar or blood glucose.
Eat mostly ‘whole grains’ – one fourth plate volume:
Whole wheat and whole grains – whole wheat, barley, millet, jawar, brown rice, or unprocessed rice, and the foods made from these, such as bread made from whole wheat – made from maida, white rice, and other processed grains have less effect on blood sugar and insulin.
Protein Power – One quarter plate volume:
Fish, chicken, lentils, and walnuts are the source of healthy and versatile protein – they can be put in the salad, and it gets better with vegetables. Red meat should be eaten less and should stay away from processed meat such as ‘bacon’ and ‘sausage’.
Healthy plant oil or ‘vegetable oil’ – In medium quantities:
Choose healthy vegetable oil, such as olive or ‘olive’, canola, soybean, sunflower, peanut, mustard, etc., and stay away from partially hydrogenated oil because they contain unhealthy ‘trans fat’. Remember, due to only low or zero fat the foods do not become “healthy”.
Drink water, tea, or coffee:
Stay away from sweet feet, eat only one or two servings of milk and other food items made of milk, and drink more juice every day than a small glass of fruit.
On the placitum of a healthy food plate, the red part of the red color is to remind you, that being active is also necessary for weight balance.