Exercise is important for our health and fitness. But, at best, contributes only 10-20% toward our wellness plan. The other 90% or so comes from our nutrition. We cannot be healthy if we do not eat healthy. Read this article for a discussion about some—not all—of the foods we should include in our diets.
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.
With so much information swirling about regarding the “proper” nutrition, it is often difficult to know what guidance to follow and what guidance to ignore. My advice: stop listening to Gym Bro at your fitness center about more protein and low carbs. Instead, visit this website for some sound information.
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!
Eating our vegetables, for some reason, seems to be a bane for many of us. Something from our childhood, it seems. However, they are required in our daily diets, extremely healthful, and quite tasty. Here are some tips to help us eat more vegetables.
Many health conditions can be mitigated with our nutrition choices. Most of us know to avoid sodium (salt) if our blood pressure is high. However, instead of repeating what we should avoid eating, here are several things to consider eating if we are hypertensive … with our doctor’s blessing, of course.
baked salmon fillet