How to Eat Healthy: 4 Simple Principles of A Nutritious Healthy Diet Plan

How to Eat Healthy: 5 Simple Principles of A Nutritious Healthy Diet Plan

Simple Principles of A Nutritious Healthy Diet Plan
Eating a nutritious healthy diet should be one of your main priorities for living a happy life – as well as living a long life. So I put together a quick guide of the 5 simple principles of a nutritious healthy diet plan.

If you follow my work, then you know I’m a late in life mom, who promised my son I’d live to 100. He asked me to live to 200, but I bargained him down. I then went on a 2 year quest, interviewing out world’s top health experts on nutrition and longevity. I’m on a mission to help as many people as I can to improve their health.

The wealth of benefits that you can get from consuming healthy foods for your body are seemingly endless.

Unfortunately there are also a host of bad side effects stemming from eating processed junk.

Many people struggle with kicking their unhealthy habits and getting on the right health track.

If you are one of those people, maybe it’s because you feel somewhat lost in all of the diet fads plastered across magazines and websites today.

  • If you are a binge eater, you might want to check out Stop Emotional Eating, my bestselling video course – which has already helped many thousands of people around the world to master their urge to binge. Learn more here!

No worries! Today I will be sharing…

5 Simple Principles of A Nutritious Healthy Diet Plan

1. Carbohydrates 

Many people believe they have to cut out carbs when trying to become a healthier version of themselves. But, in truth, complex carbs should be a staple piece of your nutritious diet.

Complex carbohydrates are higher in fiber. Plus they release their energy more slowly due to the speed at which they are digested and absorbed by your body.

Generally, brown carbs are classed as complex carbs.

Here’s a quick list of healthy complex carbs

  • brown rice
  • wholemeal bread
  • barley
  • oats
  • quinoa
  • whole grain pastas
  • legumes like beans and lentils

Be sure to include these healthy complex carbs in your diet. They will provide you with stable blood sugar levels. Plus these complex carbs will give you the energy you need to sustain yourself until your next meal.

2. Proteins

Many people believe that protein is required exclusively by body builders or marathon runners. However, this is definitely not the case.  Every human needs a portion of protein rich food with every meal they eat.

Here’s a quick list of healthy protein boosts…

  • lean white meat (preferably skinless!)
  • eggs (if you have issues with cholesterol, do egg whites only)
  • tofu and seitan
  • nuts like almonds and walnuts
  • various high protein legumes like beans and lentils
  • protein rich shakes

You should try to consume protein rich foods more after exercise. They will help to repair and grow your muscles.

3. Healthy Fats

You may not believe that fat should be a part of a healthy diet. However, there are many “good fats” – which are beneficial rather than detrimental to the human body. 

Good fats support for cell growth, and for protection around your vital organs.

Here’s a quick list of good fats:

Of course these should be eaten in moderation. But they are still an essential aspect of a healthy diet. 

principles of a nutritious healthy diet plan
4. Fruits and Vegetables

Every single day you should try to consume at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetables.

If you are not committing yourself to including a large amount of fresh ingredients in your diet, you will feel tired and sluggish. You’ll then have little motivation to get up and go.

Eating enough fruits and veggies doesn’t have to be hard. There are many creative ways you can switch up your diet to include interesting and attractive meals that still provide you with the vitamins and minerals you need to thrive.

Fruits and vegetables show their different properties through the various colors of their skin. The more varied the colors of fruits and vegetables, the greater your overall nutrition.

  • Slip vegetables into smoothies along with fruits. Here’s my favorite Alkaline Smoothie Recipe  -which includes avocados!
  • A recommended healthy fruit: wild blueberries. . They’re great antioxidants plus are lower on sugar.
  • The healthiest vegetables tend to be the ones darkest green in color like kale, spinach and avocados – which are high alkaline foods.
  • Some fruits and vegetables can help to improve your mood. Check out my Good Mood Food Diet.

5. Supplements And Vitamins

If you’re not feeling as though you’ve managed to include all of the right nutrients and minerals in your diet, you may want to invest in some multivitamins.

Nutritionist Ron Ledoux has come up with some great products that do just that.

Plus check out the vitamins and supplements I use as part of my Longevity Plan – to live longer, healthier, younger.

Note: Vitamins and supplements should not be a replacement for a healthy diet. You still have to put in the effort to eat nutritious foods and avoid processed foods.

I hope this guide was a helpful reminder of how to eat healthy. 

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