The secret behind eating right is not about deprivation, going on a strict regimen or going on juice cleansing every couple of weeks. It’s about finding the balance and incorporating good habits in your life.

Balanced eating is all about eating right and maintaining good shape. It’s about eating the right foods, drinking a lot of water and getting the needed vitamins and minerals. Your body needs all of these components to be able to function on it’s best.

Eat more peas and peaches

If you don’t like spinach and broccoli, then you can easily add peas as your greens. You should not ignore your veggies and put more effort into them. Think about using leftover or fresh vegetables in risottos, soups, casseroles, and stews and putting leftovers in breakfast frittatas or pureeing them with olive oil to make a spread or a dip for a sandwich or an appetizer. There are many different ways to include different fruits and vegetables in your meals.

Eat less meat

Eating less meat may sound scary, especially for men, but it’s not that hard. Try to eat more grains, nuts, and seeds, as well as non- starchy vegetables and fruits, rather than meat. All of these foods provide fiber and help you feel fuller. Whole grains help with your digestive system. Legumes, like beans, peanuts, and lentils - provide fiber, protein, and others.

Eat your vitamins, don’t drink them

Beverages don’t fill you up in the same way that foods do. Most beverages contain a lot of sugar and don’t provide any vitamins and minerals to the body. Unless you are making them at home and you know what you put in, you should stay away from them. Drink a lot of water, but avoid sugary drinks, fresh juices and others.

Limit packaged foods

Shop more fresh foods, such as fruits and vegetables and avoid highly processed foods. Make sure that you pay more attention to labels and read through every packaged food you get. You need to be getting more fiber, magnesium, vitamin A,C and E so make sure that you eat them every day and that your foods are able to provide them to your body.

Know yourself

Knowing yourself means to always be prepared. If you like, you can pre-cook some foods to have in handy. If it will make it easier for you, you can think ahead and plan your meals for the whole week. If you like to eat a lot of snacks, make sure that you have good options left at work to avoid salty food or desserts. Being prepared will make it a lot easier to follow your regimen and adapt to your new lifestyle.

Watch your portions

Even if you read the label and try to eat foods that are loaded with good nutrients, you still need to pay attention to the amount you consume. When you are at home, make sure that you fill your plate with extra veggies. Stop eating when you are at the middle of neither hungry nor full. When eating out, try sharing meals so that you could eat different things but still watch their amount.

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Fine Food cookbook is all about eating clean. Inside it, you can find essential tools to help you start eating clean, get in better shape, and follow a balanced eating regimen, as well as a good lifestyle.

The book contains :

  • Weekly menus for easier transition to clean eating
  • Shopping lists
  • 106 Recipes for breakfasts, lunches, and dinners
  • Tips on season-by-season outline of what to eat and when
  • Tips on how to stock your kitchen

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