I know that is hard, but bite the bullet and start practicing right now, a little at a time. Not saying you should throw everything processed from your pantry – but strike out any processed foods from your shopping list.
- Visualize a much healthier you when you pass the aisle that displays it. I did. It worked.
- Read the labels to know which whole foods have not been processed.
- Look for the percentage of sugar, sodium and preservatives, which are the main culprits that dilute the nutrition and sneak in without announcing themselves.
- Check for the quality of the carbohydrates, protein, and fats in your food. With animal proteins, it is a good idea to know how your food was produced, since what you get largely depends on what the animal ate.
|Just for fun – School Project – Food Pyramid and Food Plate. The information is real. Click to enlarge the pic|