Let your plate lead to less stress and more vitality
Healthy eating is an essential ingredient in the fight against disease. It also provides more energy and a better life. Be inspired to promote the vitality and well-being of your family, your colleagues and yourself.
As we know, our diet often still contains a lack of nutrients. The Global Burden of Disease study, which surveyed nearly 200 countries, shows that poor nutrition is associated with one in five of all adult deaths from non-communicable diseases, such as heart disease, many cancers and type 2 diabetes. Around the world, we consume too much sodium, red meat, sweetened drinks, processed foods and trans fats, and we don't get enough whole grains, vegetables, nuts and seeds, fiber, omega-3 oils, polyunsaturated fatty acids, lime and fruits inside.
So many advices
Margaret Mead had rightly said, "It is easier to change one's religion than to change one's diet." How do you handle it then? It is teeming with advice: time-limited eating, keto diet, Mediterranean cuisine, portion control strategies, veganism are some of the many eating methods. What's good for us now? What we eat affects our physical energy, emotional balance and mental performance. If we make the right choices, our sign can lead to less stress and more vitality, two goals that many people and employers are actively looking for.
Don't change everything at once
There are many factors that make healthy eating seem complicated. But it doesn't have to be so overwhelming. Instead of trying to rethink the way you eat, it works to go for smaller changes like:
- a healthy yogurt in the fridge
- 15 to 25 grams of nuts and seeds per day
- 3 servings of vegetables and 2 servings of fruit per day
- high fiber or whole grain products
- always water at hand