Getting the Balance Right

 

We hear so much these days about people’s ideas of what is good to eat, and what is not.

  • Eat meat; Don’t eat meat.
  • Low Carbohydrate; Base your meal on starchy foods.
  • High protein; Too much protein is not good.
  • Eat Grains; Don’t eat grains.
  • Saturated fat is good; Saturated fat is bad.
  • No Alcohol; Have a glass of red wine every day.

So it continues. No wonder that people are confused eh?

Are you confused? Well I am here to tell you that you don’t need to be.

Look once and for all to see what suits you.

The basis of a good healthy diet is to eat only foods that have not been processed, refined, added to, adulterated in any way and organic where possible.

As soon as you do this, then your body will start to recover from all the junk that you have been putting into it.

Get used to reading labels to see what ingredients are present.

Buy as locally as possible.

Base your meals on pure food.

From there you can start to build up a way of eating that will suit you, the individual, for life.

THERE IS NO ONE DIET THAT SUITS ALL!

We all have different nutritional needs, and we need to find out what those needs are.

This way, we will keep control of our weight, age healthily and nourish our body in a way that is sustainable.

You can find out more by reading my book “Design Your Own Diet”

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00O3HGHNK – http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00O3HGHNK

This book is useful for anyone who is interested in eating in a healthy way, whether your issue is weight, Type 2 Diabetes, self-image, Nutrition, limiting beliefs or changing how you think.

It is also useful if you just want to find out how to eat to keep you healthy as you age. Ageing does not have to be negative. Don’t just sit back and take pot luck.

http/:www.patriciacherrylifecoach.com

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