It’s not just about being aware on what’s good to eat or what’s not good to drink. It’s about being mindful on what you’re eating and what you’re drinking.
Even more so, it’s about deciding what you’ll be eating and what you’ll be drinking – without compromising any other aspects of your health.
Simply put, it’s about making healthy food choices.
Here are some ways:
Buy local food.
If you’re still wondering how local food can make a difference, here are your answers: it’s healthier, it’s more affordable, it’s guaranteed fresh, and it’s more delicious. Local food is also known to be naturally grown – without the intent to earn much, but with the intent to help people realize the importance of health and fitness in one’s life
Always remember, quality over quantity.
As they say, “Show me who your friends are and I’ll show you who you are.” You are what you eat. You are what you drink. Most of all, how much you eat is incomparable to what you actually eat. You may be eating less than usual now, but still…you’re eating more junk foods than recommended. And that’s how quality over quantity meaning works.
Eat more fruits and vegetables.
Gone are those days where you have to question your parents about them forcing you to eat fruits and vegetables. Turns out, doing so will not just help you get the right kind of nutrients to be healthier. It will also help your body keep up with everything that should be done for the day, as well as help your body keep up with everything that others should have done for the day – without easily getting tired.
Do you know any other tips when making healthy food choices? Let’s discuss more about it and share your thoughts with us on the comments section below!