MILAN – Eat well and live better. It is a common expression, but one which includes the essence of a first class lifestyle. A healthy diet, together with constant hydration can have haghly regenerative effects on our body, especially if we are used to regularly consuming food with a high fat content. Each meal must be balanced to achieve the desired results for staying healthy on both a physical and mental level.
Correct nutrition is the road to success
But is it true that nutrition is 80% responsible for positive changes in our bodies and weight loss? Yes, absolutely. What we eat is largely responsible not only for maintaining a healthy weight, but also for our mental performance. Ensuring that we eat healthy food is important for staying in shape and enhancing the performance of our minds. Try to spend some time in the kitchen and make proper meals, using a bit of creativity so your experience of food does not get monotonous. You can use protein, vegetables, fruit and anything you fancy according to the rules of healthy eating.
Preparing a dietary regime which integrates advice from the experts into your lifestyle can be the best place to start. It is important to start the day with a nutritious and varied breakfast, followed three hours later by a light snack. You should eat a hearty but not excessive lunch. It is better to leave some room in your stomach and have another snack; these should always be three hours apart. Dinner should be light. Every meal should contain protein, with a side dish of fruit or vegetables (both is even better), without forgetting cereals. Combined with a healthy diet, it is essential to drink the right amount of water during the course of the day. Here is a list of some of the foods recommended for a healthy diet:
Protein - lean meat (white), pulses or fish.
Carbohydrates – Fruit and vegetables.
Good fats – Avocado, coconut oil, olive oil, walnut oil.
by editorial staff