What should we do in order to get healthy nutrition?

Healthy nutrition involves eating a variety of foods in moderation, getting enough exercise, and avoiding unnecessary weight. Healthy nutrition can also help you maintain your weight.

What should we do in order to get healthy nutrition?

A healthy diet provides all the nutrients a person needs to stay healthy. An unhealthy diet does not provide all the nutrients needed for good health. A person's diet should consist of:

Fruits and vegetables

Grains, such as bread, rice, pasta, and cereals

Meats, poultry, and fish (lean)

Dairy products (fat)

Fats and oils (healthy oils such as olive oil)

Fats are important sources of energy in the body. Fats also have other properties that may be beneficial to the body, including maintaining good cholesterol levels and adding flavor to food. 

However, too much fat in the diet can increase an individual's risk of heart disease and obesity.

It is recommended that adults consume no more than 30 percent of their total daily calories from fat; however, this recommendation may be lower or higher depending on age, sex, and 

physical activity level. Fats should make up no more than 10 percent of total daily calories consumed by children aged 2-18 years old; 1-2% for children aged 0-2 years old; 3

In recent years, it has turned into a real epidemic. Every day, research emerges, and specialists warn us against eating this or that type of food.

But how do they do that? 

The subject is very easy, they check the number of calories, fats, proteins, glycemic index, antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, gluten, vitamins, minerals, and other data that they enter 

into a complex equation, and a judgment is issued in The end on food: is it healthy or unhealthy food!

This way we know that sweet potatoes are healthy, cabbage is very healthy, peppers are good, white bread is not very healthy, and vegetable fat is very dangerous. 

Sometimes, we tend to think that the more exotic and rare the food (goat's milk, whole-grain oat bread, Brazil nuts, wheat juice, flaxseed) the healthier, when the foods we've had in 

abundance for a long time (bread, white rice) meat, chicken, sugar, and salt) are harmful to our health.

In this article, we will try to answer some troubling questions: 

Are there foods that we should avoid consuming? 

Are there foods that we prefer to consume? 

In short, which diet should we choose?

First, we must understand that people are different from each other. While some of us consider eating a spoonful of hot pepper in the morning a kind of pleasure, others consider it 

unbearable pain, and a sufficient reason for gastric ulcers. Some of us are accustomed to dairy products and enjoy eating them, while some of us suffer from diarrhea and abdominal pain. 

Therefore, all the statements that we receive in the form of: “Research have proven that sweet potatoes are healthy” or “soy is unhealthy”, are considered superficial, and this is their major flaw.

Also, when turning to specialists, we often get some disappointment. If you decide to consult a health nutritionist, and before he even knows what your problem is, he will most likely advise you of the following: "Reduce the consumption of white flour, sugar, salt, and beef. 

Increase the consumption of fruits, vegetables, and whole rice." It seems that this diet was useful for one or two people in the distant past, and the nutritionists decided, from that day, that it might be suitable for everyone!!!

Some of the recommendations are backed by research findings, but most of this research is "retrospective" because none of us would have embraced a different diet for many years to come, just to know. 

After all these years, whether this system is beneficial or harmful. In addition, while research succeeds in proving that a certain food raises blood pressure in 70% of the 

population (a random and doubtful factor as the research did not take into account all the symptoms in individuals but examined the presence of one factor), there is nothing that can confirm that this Food will also harm the remaining 30%. 

It is possible that this food will not cause any harm to this 30%, but that it can be very beneficial for them, and if they stop consuming it, their condition may worsen.

If we give a group of people of Western origin, to eat spicy foods, they will have problems with digestion. 

Is it correct, in this case, to conclude that everyone accustomed to eating spicy foods should stop doing so? 

Even if that food didn't cause them any problems?

Additional question: 

Where should such an experiment be done? 

The results would be different if we performed it in one of the Scandinavian countries than it would be if we did it in India.

In light of all that has been said, it is not surprising that research results change all the time, one that contradicts the other, as these piles of information are not characterized by any 

methodology, nor do they have any comprehensive understanding of the human body, its needs, and health.

In addition, "healthy" nutrition not only makes us healthier, but it can also do us harm. 


First, it restricts a person to a limited number of healthy foods that he can eat. 

While healthy people, in general, do not restrict the specific types of food they eat. 

Is there bread? 

eat bread. Is there chicken? 

He eats chicken. Are there fish? eats fish A person's good health is what allows him to eat a wide variety of foods, and he can quickly get used to any type of food, and he can determine the foods he needs. The person who is nutritionally restricted is the patient.

So, what do we need to do to get healthy nutrition?

The person concerned to be in good health does not have to impose a certain diet on himself. But he should eat what he wants. 

Which is what our body needs in most cases. When the body sends hunger signals, it feels the need for food and sends us signals about the type of food it needs.

Of course, the food must be clean, washed, with the least possible amount of toxins and various dyes, and if the food can be organic, it will be better. 

When food is nutritious and clean, there is no preference for consuming one type over another.

What if the body sends us signals that food may harm us? 

Like a firm desire for sweets that we know are not saturated? 

Do we have to succumb to that desire and gain weight? 

In this case, we have to understand that our craving for something sweet is just one of the symptoms of the disease. 

Most of us love sweets, but after a small number of sweets, we feel full and do not feel the need to consume them yet. 

A person who feels like eating sweets all the time suffers from a certain disease, and one of the symptoms of this disease is a craving for sweets. 

Preventing this person from eating sweets will not solve the problem, as the feeling of discomfort will continue to dominate him, and the problem may sometimes worsen and appear in the form of other physical and psychological disorders.

If the problem is worrisome, it is recommended to seek medical treatment Homeopathy, where in this type of treatment, the roots of the problem are searched, clarification is carried 

out when it started, what are its characteristics and whether there are other symptoms (physical or psychological), what is the nature of the therapist and his lifestyle, and according to all these data, the treatment is appropriate.

Tips for proper nutrition

The first thing to do is to eat a variety of foods. Eat fruits, vegetables, and other healthy foods, such as whole grains, lean meats, and low-fat dairy products. 

You should also include plenty of protein in your diet.

If you’re trying to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight, try to get at least five servings of fruits and vegetables each day. 

You can get these from fresh produce or canned fruits and vegetables with no added sugars or salt.

You should limit your intake of red meat, fried foods,, and sweets. Try to avoid junk food at all costs because it can lead to poor health and even obesity if you eat too much of it.


To get away from junk food, you need to know what several people consider the best snacks. 

It is important to take into consideration elements like taste and nutrition. If you believe that your body needs vitamins and minerals, then you must choose natural snacks that have healthy ingredients.

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