The very crucial eating habits

The very crucial eating habits

Advice from nutrition experts at the World Food Program (WFP) to strengthen ourselves and take advantage of this moment as an opportunity to improve our diets.

First:

Hydrate, hydrate

A human body is made up of about 75peter. The usual recommendation is eight glasses of liquid per day. Since we are less active during blocks and may not be thirsty, it is crucial to check the amount of water our body needs at different times of the day.

To add flavour and nutrients, add cucumber, lemon, or orange slices to the humble glass of water. Avoid sugary drinks like soda and soda because of its high sugar content.

GO FOOD

Energy is very important, which is provided by the food, which does think, work, and fights disease – think of staples like rice, pasta, bread, and root crops. Choose foods in your diet like brown bread and mixed grain rice, which release energy more slowly, feed you longer, and help you maintain your weight.

Grow food

These help with physical growth, especially for children. The GROWING foods rebuild your body when you are unwell or infected. They are often needed in small amounts, but it is essential to consume them daily.

These include meat, eggs, milk, fish, and other dairy products such as cheese and yogurt. It pays to buy UHT milk and other dairy products that have a long shelf life and fish some frozen meat too.

Depending on when they are rotten, eggs can be stored in the refrigerator for up to three weeks from the time of purchase. Low-fat protein and a range of vitamins. Do check diets about weight loss here

Limit consumption of canned meat, as it is generally high in salt and fat. Canned tuna is a healthier alternative. Vegetable protein sources like lentils and beans have a long shelf life and are rich in vitamins and minerals. Rinse dry food thoroughly before cooking.

GLOW Foods

These ensure that the body works well, help protect it from disease, and fight disease. Colourful fruits and vegetables are generally rich in vitamins and antioxidants otherwise, all foods contain some kinds of vitamins and antioxidants.

Build a colourful plate with:

Green fruits and vegetables: broccoli, green beans, cucumbers, zucchini, peas, greens, spinach, cabbage, lettuce, Brussels sprouts peppers, green apples, kiwi, green grapes, lime, avocado.

Orange and yellow fruits and vegetables: peaches, mangoes, papaya, pears, pineapple. carrots, pumpkin, yellow tomatoes, yellow apples, apricots, sweet corn, sweet potato, yellow pepper, oranges, grapefruits

Red fruits and vegetables: tomatoes, strawberries, watermelon, cherries, raspberries, radishes, red cabbage, beets, red grapes pomegranates, blueberries, red apples.

Blue fruits and vegetables:  purple potatoes, blackberries, blueberries, purple grapes, plums, raisins, figs, aubergines, purple cabbage.Canned Fruits and Vegetables: Whether canned, frozen, dried, or fermented/pickled, they are an excellent alternative source when there are no fresh fruits available to you, it may be due to lockdown or maybe cannot be purchased daily.

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