Healthy eating

Currently we are living in an era of discoveries related to nutrition. Nutrition science is constantly improving the definition of optimal nutrition. Long gone are the days when the goal was simply to source enough protein, fat and carbohydrates plus fiber. Not only found new nutrients – omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids to antioxidants, but we are aware that most natural foods contain hundreds of active substances. Also we learned that some basic foods, especially dairy products and cereals containing gluten are not suitable for many people – and therefore differences in the biochemical processes of the body say that there is no “perfect diet”. To find the optimal diet for yourself is both science and art, a process that includes a number of trial and error. Here you will find answers to many questions on this topic.

Healthy Eating Tips

To achieve optimal nutrition and health, in general, you should eat the following foods:

  • Daily take one tablespoon of cold-pressed seed oil (you can buy high-quality blends of oils) or 1 full tablespoon of ground seeds (in the best case half is flaxseed and the other half is a mixture of sesame , sunflower and pumpkin seeds).
  • Eat two servings of protein (beans, lentils, quinoa, tofu, peas, chicken, fish, cheese and eggs).
  • Eat one serving rich food such as cabbage, kale, root vegetables, yogurt, seeds and nuts, and fresh fruits and whole grains.
  • Eat three servings of vegetables with dark green leaves and roots (watercress, carrots and broccoli, for example).
  • Eat three servings of fruits (citrus, apples, pears, berries, cantaloupe or bananas).
  • Eat four servings of carbohydrates from whole grain crops (eg rice, millet and wheat); Gain your fiber.
  • Drink 1-1.5 liters of water a day.
  • Take high quality mineral supplements and multivitamins.