5 Healthy Eating Habits to Add to Your Life for Years


There are many one-sided information and misconceptions about healthy eating, which include the types of foods, the time you eat them, how often and how much you eat them. Whether or not it is right to decipher can be overwhelming, especially if the rules are unique to each person. Instead of addressing specifics, here are some habits that can work for anyone and will definitely promote health throughout your life.

Eat Purple Food: Anthocyanin is the name of a pigment that gives purple, blue or reddish colors to certain foods. These natural plant pigments give the dark berries, red cabbage, eggplant and some potatoes their tone while also acting as a powerful antioxidant that can reverse the (oxidative) damage of the entire cell.

Eat more plants and less animals: we're not saying you have to go completely plant-based or vegan. We just recommend thinking about how much of each type of food you eat per week. The rule for fast and easy food: Try to eat twice as many vegetables as you eat for each piece of meat or seafood on your plate. For example, if your plate has 4 ounces of chicken, fish, or beef, make sure you have at least 1 cup of colorful vegetables with you. Vegetables like broccoli, cabbage or Brussels sprouts are the best options.

Cooking / Cooking yourself: When we cook or cook ourselves, it is usually healthier than buying any food or eating out at the restaurant. This works especially if you use the right cooking methods, such as roasting / baking / steaming instead of frying or browning. The goal is always to reduce or avoid the use of cooking oils, fats and salt during cooking.

Stop eating when you are full: Intuitive eating, which is easier said than done, is a good practice to learn and master so that you are in line with your body's needs. Don't feel pressured to eat 3 meals a day or go out to dinner when your stomach says no. Doing so will help you prevent unwanted weight gain and help you achieve (or maintain) a healthy body mass index (BMI). If you have a BMI of more than 30, you put your entire life at risk of chronic illness and disease.

Always drink water. If you are not someone who has to reduce your fluid intake for medical reasons, it is important to always drink a little more water than you might think. It is particularly useful to drink at least one 8 ounce glass of water for each alcoholic or sugared beverage you consume. Well formed H2O is the least underrated and underused detoxifier. This will keep your real detox machines (liver and kidneys) happy.

By using these 5 tips, you can not only improve your longevity but also achieve your health goals faster. In addition, you can use any of these methods in any nutrition plan.

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