Ideally, we should avoid packaged foods. Realistically, that is not practical. Therefore, make it a habit to read fully the nutritional labels on packaged foods. And it is extremely important to know what all those terms mean. Follow this link for a primer.
Snacking is not necessarily a bad thing. Especially when they are pre-made and packaged to grab-n-go. Avoid sugary and salty snacks, though. Click this link for a few healthy snack tips.
Quite frankly, not all vegetables and fruits are created equally. Some are more healthy than others. The less healthy, though, should not be ignored. However, the video at this link describes which are healthier.
Portion sizes need not be a frustrating exercise in science and math. Just visually divide your dinner plate into approximate sizes. And fill in the squares. Bon appetite!
Most of us fail to consume enough fruits and vegetables in our daily nutrition. Here are some great ideas to help us increase our fruit intake. Fruit gives us necessary nutrients like fiber, potassium, and vitamin C to help reduce our risks for serious health problems.