Healthy Eating: What you should Eat and what you shouldn’t

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Many people would consider that having a plenty of property is the wealth of life, however, in fact, among everything you may have, health is the most precious thing you got in your life. Man’s health is a boon which is quite surely invaluable. You ought to preserve your health and dump all the excess energy in something fruitful as exercising. Working out is the best way to have a good fitness level, and a slim physical appearance, but never forget about healthy eating.

Always be eager for exercising and spending some hours of your time per week for that because it deserves to occupy a fraction of your time, and the real motivation is that you will harvest what you did by the time you are done. Maintaining healthy eating is important to get fit. So, just do it and remember that this always relies on you.

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Healthy eating is important

A main thing you could do along with working out to ensure the best outcomes, is having healthy meals and getting away from any junk foods which are full of nothing, but only obesity; a devastating stock inside your body which will be apparent after a long term or may be a little while. In the upcoming part of this post, we will be going through lists of the do’s and the don’ts, considering what to eat, what you shouldn’t, and what to eat carefully.

Eat

  • Fish, chicken, and turkey (after trimming the skin for the three of them).
  • Rabbits, fat-free meat, and egg white.
  • Most types of bread, corn flakes, and rusk.
  • Pasta, rice, and potatoes cooked in the oven.
  • Fresh vegetables, and fruits.
  • Cream-free yogurt, and low fat cheese.
  • Food cooked with oils such as olive oil, corn oil, sunflower oil, and sesame oil (the oil must not be over boiled).

Drink

  • Cream-free milk.
  • Fresh fruit juices.
  • Low sugar coffee, and tea.
  • A lot of water (with a minimum limit of about 8 glasses per day).

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Eat carefully

  • Shrimps, crab, and marine snails.
  • Low fat cooked cheese like ricotta cheese, and mozzarella cheese.
  • Nuts, biscuits, and cakes.
  • Egg yolk (3-4 times per week).
  • Compote fruits.

Avoid eating

  • High-fat meat, ducks, gooses, and pigeons.
  • Sausage, roe, and kebab.
  • High-fat cheese such as the turkey cheese, american cheese, and cheddar cheese.
  • Food cooked with animal ghee, butter, and coconut oil.
  • Croissants, muffins, tortillas, donuts, and pastries.
  • Fried potatoes, and rice cooked with ghee.
  • Fruits with cream added to them.
  • Eastern & western sweets, ice creams, and chocolates.

Avoid Drinking

  • Soft drinks.
  • Manufactured fruit juices.
  • Full cream milk.
  • Too much coffee.
  • Energy drinks.
  • Beer, and alcoholic drinks.
  • Compote syrup.

Finally, as a reminder, your health is your treasure. It is a boon which should be preserved by keeping on healthy eating and working out periodically. 


  • Ian

    This is inaccurate in some ways.. For example milk has been shown to increase risk of fractures and inflammation due to cow specific sugars and hormones we can not handle. Similarly for bread, it is totally unhealthy as are most grasses for the same reason. Bread is high GI and can cause inflammation as well as diabetes. And fat has been shown to not only be a ok, but actually necessary like the oil in a car engine. Besides the liver converts sugar to fat so it’s pointless to avoid fat and explains why low fat diets fail if not make the problem worse. This article suggests replacing fat with toxic sugars and dairy and contradicts current research.

    • http://medicapharm.com/ Ahmed Taha

      Do you mean this risk is due to cow milk only?

      Eating bread and pasta for an average person is okay, but not for a fatty one or someone who’s willing to lose weight. A healthy lifestyle will insure all ingested calories in food are well consumed and that the body makes out of them maximum benefit.

      Totally agree with you about the body need for fats.
      Fats from fish source are the healthiest because they are much more utilized in the body than any other kind of fats coming from other sources. So, taking fats from fish is almost a must thing. Fats generally are needed in the body, but the right question is where do they come from? What are their source (s)?

      It’s not absolutely pointless to avoid sugars and/or fats, however, it’s somewhat a hard task that could be fulfilled to a very great extent and that one big thing people do to get off some weight.

      The article is focusing generally on sorts of foods and drinks that better to be avoided and others which are very important to be eaten or drunk.

      Cereals and whole grains are healthy, they’re massive sources of protein. And having them on breakfast with some addition like cream-free milk makes it a complete meal.

      For me, oatmeal with honey is one of the best breakfasts I would ever have.

      Check out: medicapharm.com/oatmeal-health-benefits.html

    • TKratz

      Let me begin with the point where I agree. Cereal is not healthy breakfast! I agree with Ahmed however, that oatmeal is the best breakfast you can have. Throw in some fresh fruit and you are good to go!
      But this is where the agreement stops. In general all kinds of diets which puts in great limitations (like avoid all carbs) are suboptimal in my opinion and bare the risk that people forget the overall most important principle: To eat with great variety! Second most important principle: Eat unprocessed food (limit intake of white bread and sugars).
      Too much of anything is not good for you, that goes for everything, also meat. High protein diets is hard on your kidneys, and could in worst case lead to kidney damage.