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4 simple rules for eating healthy

Svetlana FusFood
4 simple rules for eating healthy

When thinking about what you're going to cook today, follow these basic rules.

1.At each meal, half of the plate should be vegetables and fruits. They can be eaten in different forms: whole, in the form of salads, fresh and cooked, as an ingredient in cutlets, casseroles, etc. It is important to remember that 400 g of vegetables and 200 g of fruit is the minimum you should consume per day (more vegetables than fruit).

2.1/4 of the plate should be occupied by sources of healthy protein - meat, fish, eggs, cheese (if you can tolerate it). Legumes are also a source of both vegetable protein and complex carbohydrates, so sometimes they can take up half the plate.

3.Another 1/4 is carbohydrates with a high fiber content: cereals, whole grain bread, durum wheat pasta.

4.Don't forget about fats. We get some of them in meat, fish, cereals, legumes, nuts, seeds, avocados, and the rest should be added in the form of olive oil, flaxseed oil, butter. It is important to remember the quantity.

These rules will allow you to prepare a full, varied meal for every meal.

The dishes prepared in this way will provide you with the nutrients you need for health.

Eating right is not difficult at all!

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