Nutrition and Dietary Tips for Better Health
If you understand more about what goes into your pre-packaged foods, and what is really meant by some of the terminology and marketing descriptions used on packaging, you will be better informed when you make the decision to buy and eat foods that are manufactured for your convenience.
Manufacturers of every type package their products in such a way that it’s appealing to you. The only way to do that is to make you feel as if you really need it. Hey, you can’t blame them.
They’re just trying to earn money when it comes to advertising. Foods, in particular, are marketed in a way that you believe they can actually be healthy.
Of course, it’s your job to take a closer look because many of these are just false advertising. What you need to do now is to know which ones are lies. As they say, your body is your temple: treat it with respect.
After that, you’ll well be on your way to a healthier you, especially as you age. So, whether you’re 16 or 60 years old, you need to know what to actually believe.
As you go through the aisles in your grocery store, you’ll find snack packs that claim to have only a hundred calories or less per serving. Instead of immediately giving these items a nod, leave them on the shelf. You sometimes believe that just because you’ve gotten a small portion, you’re completely free of guilt.
Thus, you are actually encouraged to get more because there are not too many calories in a bag. Just because they’re packaged to look like diet foods doesn’t mean that they are. Soon enough, you find yourself eating more than required.
You’re actually better off dipping into a regular-sized bag so that you are constantly reminded of what overindulgence looks like. You feel guilty faster and would have more chances of wanting to quit eating it.
Of course, the term ‘whole foods’ is synonymous to healthy. That’s what you were always taught to believe. While they may actually much healthier for you, some manufacturers make false claims even when they actually don’t fall into such category.
Whole grains have more fiber, protein, vitamins, and certain minerals when compared to the usual processed white flour. Instead of believing the words on the packaging, take a look at the list of ingredients. That’s where you’ll see the truth of what you buy.
If you want to avoid these issues using a quality nutrition shake as a regular meal replacement will make the whole process a lot easier to manage.
At all times, stay away from sucrose, high-fructose corn syrup, and enriched flour listed ahead of the whole grains. If you’re not too careful about your choices, you may as well buy junk because they’re very much like it.
Because people are now looking for ways to eat better, fast food restaurants have started their very own salad bars. Salads can increase sales because it satisfies a person’s unconscious goal of staying slim and healthy.
People feel better when they see salads on the menu. This gives them a feeling that they can go all out with their eating habits. If you find yourself in these restaurants, you need to make sure that you know what you’re ordering.
The time to get healthy is now. This is actually more challenging than ever because fast-food restaurants are everywhere. You see them everywhere you go, and when you know that you have to be more watchful of your diet, these things actually look a lot more appealing than they do.
To lessen your chances of cheating, eat at home first. When you’re not hungry, it is actually much easier to resist.
Warren Tattersall has been a full time nutritional consultant for over a decade and works with people all over the world to help them improve their health, increase their personal energy levels and to use supplements to assist with diet related health issues.
To have a free personal consultation with him to learn how incorporating nutritional supplements may improve your health concerns just visit his site http://www.thehealthsuccesssite.com/Health-and-Nutrition-Resources-Index.html and download the free health report available there, or email warren@TheHealthSuccessSite.com to request a personal one-on-one consultation by email or phone.