Table Of Contents
What Is A Healthy Diet?
Your Best Key To A Healthy Diet: Variety
Your Diet And Nutrition Are You An Emotional Eater?
Vegetarian Diet: Great For Weight Loss, Health And The Planet
What You Need To Know About Vegetarianism
Understanding Fats and carbohydrates and their role in a healthy diet
What Good and Bad Fat can do to Your Health
Women’s Health and Weight Loss: The Importance of Iron in a Woman’s Diet
Ways to Help your Child Fight Childhood Obesity
What is the Glycemic Index?
Why Low Glycemic Foods?
Vegetable Protein Has One Definite Advantage Over Meat Protein
What Can Honey Do To You?
Vitamins How to Get the Most From Your Diet
What Causes Us To Age?
What To Eat To Boost Your Memory
Why You Should Consider Buying Organic Food
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What Is A Healthy Diet?
What is a healthy diet? It’s not about counting calories, measuring portions or cutting carbs. You won’t really find a healthy diet on the lite menu at your favorite restaurant and you certainly won’t find it at the local fast food joint. A healthy diet is all about what you eat rather than how much you eat.
If you think the latest fad diet is your panacea to health, you are in for a big surprise. Losing weight, staying healthy and getting back into shape after many years of diet neglect is not about fads or eating in some radical new way for six to twelve weeks and then going back to the way you used to eat.
The best thing you can do to keep yourself healthy is to eat a healthy diet all the time, not just when you want to lose weight. Eating healthy is a long-term lifestyle choice, something you need to do for your entire lifetime.
But what is a healthy diet? Is it what we have been lead to believe milk for strong bones and teeth, protein in the form of lean beef or chicken and maybe a healthy microwave dinner if we are on the go. Unfortunately this diet is what is identified as the Standard American Diet or the SAD.
And what’s so wrong with the SAD?
Well, has it made us a healthier people? Are we better off as a nation because of it?
With all of the health studies, advanced health care, the war on cancer dating back to the 70s, and the most advanced technology available on the planet we have to ask ourselves why do we still need to spend $1.3 trillion a year on health care in the United States. Why aren’t we getting any healthier?
Other pertinent questions about your health beg for answers such as, why after more than 30 years since the War On Cancer was declared, do we still have an increasing cancer rate. Yes, we have many more people surviving cancer but the rate at which people are getting cancer is increasing. We have come a long way in taking care of sick people, but we haven’t made any progress as a nation in preventing those people from getting sick.Other Details
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