Many people imagine that healthy eating is not easy, on the contrary I would say healthy eating is amazingly easy. It is not complicated to put together a healthy and nutritious meal full of vitamins, amino acids and proteins that the body craves for adequate health.

The body is constantly and steadily craving protein to help preserve muscle, keep unwanted and unnecessary fat off, ramp up energy to get through the day, and keep the brain working as it should.

Excellent sources of protein are:

• Poultry
• egg

Many people are confused about differentiating between fat and the myth that all fat is bad for health. Some foods contain fats that are healthy for the body. These fats help eliminate or prevent skin wrinkling. Consider avoiding the following vegetable oils due to their high omega-6 content:

• Soy oil
• corn oil
• Cottonseed oil
• Peanut oil
Rice bran oil

Cooking oils are best used based on their degree of combustion and processing. In other words, you want an oil that is not sensitive to heat and causes an unpleasant burnt smell. Examples of oils that tolerate excessive heat are:

• olive oil
• Avocado oil
• Coconut Oil
• Sesame oil
• Safflower oil
• canola oil

Can’t go wrong with vegetables.
Put more of your focus on vegetables that do not contain starch and are rich in fiber. These vegetables fill you up, so you will feel less cravings for sweets, as they:

• Any leafy vegetables
• option
• zucchini

Plants derived from the cabbage family that are packed with vitamins and minerals such as folic acid and vitamin K include:

• cauliflower
• Cabbage
• Cabbage
Garden cress
• Broccoli
• Brussels sprouts

Starchy vegetables are extremely high in carbohydrates, which are converted into glucose (blood sugar). Your body uses glucose for energy. Carbohydrates help revitalize the brain, kidneys, heart muscles, and central nervous system. Beware of getting glucose into the blood because it leads to diabetes. There are starch-containing vegetables of equal nutritional value such as:

• carrot
• sweet potato
• beets

Fermented vegetables like kimchi and sauerkraut are always a treat to your diet. They help produce gut health stimulants for the body. Kimchi helps with weight loss, it contains probiotics, strengthens the immune system, slows down the aging process, prevents yeast infections, supports heart health and many more. Sauerkraut is very nutritious, containing 27 calories, 0g fat, 6g carbohydrates, 4g fiber, 41% of the daily value for sodium, vitamin C, vitamin K1, vitamin B6, 12% iron, 9% manganese, folic acid and potassium. The probiotics in sauerkraut help the body absorb nutrients easier.

Now, let’s go lose some weight!

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