Hunger: How to Eat Nutritiously And Have A Balanced Diet



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For starters, many people just eat food just for the taste and the cheap cost. As you may already know, fast food such as McDonald’s, Burger King, and Taco Bell are not good for you whatsoever.  Fast foods, chips, candies, cookies and other junk food have negative impacts on your body no matter how delectable and delicious they are.

The point on this article is awareness on what you are eating,what it can do to you in the long term, nutrition,and a well balanced diet.

Have a meal or small snack every 3 to 4 hours to start your day off! This fuels your metabolism and helps prevent binges and blood sugar crashes.

Throughout your day you should combine protein (fish, meat, beans, eggs, nuts, dairy) and fiber (whole grains, fruits, vegetables) at every meal. When you eat these foods together, they take longer to digest than much simpler carbohydrates such as chips, artificial meats and cheeses, so you stay at a full state of being for much longer.

One of the most important things about a nutritious and healthy diet is BEING ACTIVE! move around! go outside and walk your dog, go play a game of catch or go out for a jog! Also, be sure to drink water often. Water is really important for you as a human being. Drinking Water Helps Maintain the Balance of Body Fluids, Water Can Help Control Calories, and Water Helps Energize Muscles All helping you burn fat and maintaining a well balanced diet. Following this basic daily meal plan has a wide range of calories (from about 1,550 to 2,100); if you’re active often and have a much larger appetite, you can go toward the higher end of the range.

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