A healthy diet and proper eating habits have a far-reaching cumulative effect on our health. The combination of a healthy lifestyle is critical.
Methodological topics regarding nutrition.
Not all calories are equal because their routing in the human body differs from person to person and even varies concerning age and state of health.
Glycemic and insulin indices and calorie intake calculations are inaccurate as they do not reflect interactions between foods (we usually eat varied food simultaneously) and disregard food sources. (Natural vs. processed)
There are hundreds of different diets, each somewhat different from one others. That can be confusing; at least it was for me.
Practical tips for healthy nutrition.
The balanced-varied diet provides the body with all the nutrients required to maintain a healthy body and mind, supporting tissue regeneration.
The purpose of the food pyramid is to make recommendations for proper nutrition. However, it does not provide a complete picture.
The fact that there are so many controversies in the field of nutritional science only causes confusion and many mistakes among the public.
Reduce processed and industrialized foods, beverages, and chemicals.
When shopping, buy homemade cosmetics & hygiene products made of natural ingredients. Their price is high, but they protect you and the environment.
Unsurprisingly, there is no uniform and precise definition or criteria for industrialized and processed foods. The ambiguity mainly serves the food industry.
Kitchen robots will obviate the need for processed and industrialized food that has devastating consequences for our health.
Weight and obesity widespread issues.
Fats and oils are often identified with obesity (out of misunderstanding), and we tend to avoid them, even though natural fatty foods are essential to our health.
There is an inverse correlation between body weight and life energy (decreasing with age), which usually begins to manifest after age 40-45.
One needs to achieve good health besides slimming to gain optimal weight. The primary factor is consuming natural, varied, unprocessed food.