Eat Your Fav Foods, But Like This

More often than not having a balanced diet doesn't only entail what you're eating, but how much of it. There is no legitimate reason, for example, to entirely avoid consuming things like potatoes, dairy, pasta or meat. We just have to watch how much we eat of it and how we eat it.

All of us have made the mistake of eating we are so full it is borderline uncomfortable to eat more. This is never going to work effectively due to the fact that we can't stop eating after we're fulfilled, which leads to a sudden overload on our digestive system. Digestion is the most energy consuming function of the human body, which explains why we feel so tired after a big meal. 
In this aspect, eating clean can be as much a matter of making tiny changes, instead of trying to do something extreme we're not used to. Almost always a purely minor adjustment like the use of smaller plates can be valuable. We 're brought up to think that empty space on a plate is a bad sign. However,what really matters is how we feel after a meal. Whenever you don't feel hungry after a meal, the meal has done justice

The key is to make simple adjustments to our diet, because we'll never lose weight without that. So we use healthy bases such as brown rice, sweet potatoes, quinoa, as well as veggies (mixed greens, lettuce, spinach, kale, arugula, asparagus, broccoli). Just pick your favorite from these, add as many as you can into your diet (with your favorite foods on the side), and watch your weight and health change!


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