5 Best and Worst Foods For Weight Loss, Better Health And Longer Life

Changing the way we eat is hard. No one likes to be told what he can’t and can eat. We eat foods we like even when we know we shouldn’t.

‘What has been proven is that our ailments, conditions and disease can be caused by unhealthy food that tastes good. I heard it said a bad habit takes about three weeks to break’ ~ your author

We now know a plant based whole food diet is healthier than eating processed and refined foods. All you have to do is pick fruits and vegetables you love eating and then repeat.

‘People around the world who eat largely plant based whole food are trim, healthy and live the longest. And, if we want to be like them, we shall mimic their lifestyle’ ~ your author

When you have exhausted every means fighting disease traditionally, what does one do? What options remain? The desperate who have chosen to eat differently may find their ailments, conditions and diseases eventually disappearing.

‘Very low calorie diets of fewer than 800 calories per day should not be used unless you are being monitored by your doctor [1 nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/lose_wt/eat/calories.htm].’

Five Best Foods

  • Kale
  • Spinach
  • Broccoli
  • Berries
  • Beans

Five Worst Foods

  • Ice cream
  • Frozen yogurt
  • Fried foods
  • All Oil
  • Doughnuts

Examples of foods I eat often…

  • Breakfast is organic russet potatoes and berries
  • Lunch is often beans and salad or Ezekiel bread with hummus, brown mustard, sliced cucumber, onion, red bell pepper and butter lettuce
  • Dinner is microwaved chopped potatoes with steamed broccoli, corn and peas
  • Late night snack is a ‘Food for life’ sprouted organic non-GMO cereal with soy milk or organic oatmeal (I am still experimenting eating grains)

Source- 1 URL nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/lose_wt/eat/calories.htm
Website Title National Heart Lung and Blood Institute
Access Day 04
Access Month july
Access Year 2019
Article Title Healthy Eating Plan

Note- consult your doctor before you change your diet.

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