A Beginner’s Guide To Healthy Eating...
Don’t starve yourself.
This strategy is not only unhealthy — it nearly always backfires. If you don’t eat enough calories throughout the day, you’ll be more likely to overindulge at night.
Limit your sodium and sugar.
Sodium and sugar are rampant in most packaged foods from pasta sauce and mac and cheese to rice mixes and soups. Start by checking the nutrition label on your breakfast cereal.
Enjoy your food.
This may sound obvious, but many people think that healthy eating and enjoyment are mutually exclusive. Pretend you never heard the word 'diet'.
... and Drinking
You know that too many drinks can affect your judgment, speech, movement, and memory. But did you know alcohol can have long-term effects? Too much drinking over a long period of time can shrink the frontal lobes of your brain. And that damage can last forever, even if you quit drinking. A healthy amount is considered one drink a day for women and two for men.
Little tips for healthy eating
- A Healthy Diet Builds Brainpower Do your brain a favor and choose foods that are good for your heart and waistline. Being obese in middle age makes you twice as likely to have dementia later on.
- Bake or grill foods instead of frying. Cook with "good" fats like oils from nuts, seeds, and olives instead of cream, butter, and fats from meat. Eat oatmeal fruits and veggies. Eat fish.
- Eat lots of fruit and veg It's recommended that we eat at least five portions of a variety of fruit and veg every day. It's easier than it sounds. Why not chop a banana over your breakfast cereal, or swap your usual mid-morning snack for a piece of fresh fruit?
Great class. Everyone gets involved and shares their thoughts on tastings which is really fun. Thank you so much for sharing your program with us!
A great birthday surprise! The class was fun and informative, and our host was very knowledgeable and engaging. It was totally worth the time and money, and I'm looking forward to more dabbling in the future! We look forward to continuing our relationship!
User experience analyst
I found the TrueEating.com training especially engaging for our students in several ways. First, they are interested in finding unique ways to spread the message of good nutrition. Second, the program is fun and positive. Third, the way you teach the training, our students felt empowered to go out and begin educating. The methods are sound, positive, and practical.
Schedule a free consultation to discover how we can help you. Most of us want to know how to become smarter eater & drinker.
Contact Us Below
BEST NEWS FOR YOU
Our news feed
You can lose weight while enjoying the foods that you love if you eat mindfully. That's the heart of the Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat philosophy.
Margaret Mead had rightly said, “It is easier to change a man's religion than to change his diet.” For most of us, changing unhealthy eating habits is a Herculean task.
Are you concerned about your alcohol intake? Maybe you feel that you're drinking too much or too often. Perhaps it's a habit you'd like to better control.