Q&A: what are the best foods to include in a healthy daily diet?

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Question by lil twiggy: what are the best foods to include in a healthy daily diet?
im slim already i do not wish to lose weight however i would like to keep healthy, obviously drinking loads of water is a must i was simply wandering what you think are the best foods to eat a day?

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Answer by vaultone100
Talk to your doctor and he will set it up for you.

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6 Responses to “Q&A: what are the best foods to include in a healthy daily diet?”

  1. Tim H writes:

    eggs, broccoli, light yogurt, anything that is not high in starch

  2. Sonja writes:

    Here are some things I try to eat daily/several times a week to stay healthy.

    – I love bread but white bread doesn’t have very many good things so I eat ryebread instead.

    – I eat atleast one salad a day. It fills me up (keeps me from eating junk).

    – If you get the right kind of oranges they don’t just taste like fruit they taste really good, almost likes candy…yum

    – grapes. So good I could eat them all day

    – I eat yoghurts for snacks. They taste good and are fairly healthy.

  3. Stacy C writes:

    lean protein- turkey, chicken, stay away from red meat
    almonds, low fat yogurt, fresh veggies, fresh fruits

  4. kellifromkeller writes:

    You need to eat lean meats (chicken, fish, turkey, lean beef) , low gi fruits (apples, bananas, pineapple, oranges), green veggies (broccoli, celery, green lettuce, spinach), only whole wheat breads (look on the package and see if the first ingredient is whole wheat flour, if it is it should be good unless it has high fructose corn syrup like Mrs Bairds does). Jillian Michaels from biggest loser has a great quote, “before you eat your food ask yourself, does it have a momma or did it come from the ground? If not don’t eat it.” Eat 5 – 6 small meals a day, this will increase your metabolism and help you to not feel so hungry in between meals. It’s all about portion and calorie control regardless of what food you are eating, but remember cleaning up your diet and eating X amount of calories of lean good healthy foods instead of X amount of calories of candy bars (I know you are probably not eating 4 candy bars a day but its just an example) will help you lose it faster. The leaner you are eating the faster you will lose it, and you will get a toned healthy look instead of a skinny jiggly look. You also need to drink at least 8 glasses (8oz) of water a day. Sometimes hunger is mistaken for thirst so if you are hungry drink 8 oz of water and wait 30 minutes, if you are still hungry then eat a light healthy snack. Water also helps you feel fuller longer and helps flush out toxins that may prevent fat loss. Also allow your self a cheat day (but don’t go over board and eat everything in sight or like 5 cakes in that day). Allowing yourself a cheat day once a week will help cut out cravings… Think of it like a reward if you did well with your diet and exercise that week have a piece of pie… If not just stick with you healthy food. You can find recipes for decent tasting healthy foods on sights like bodyforlife.com and bodybuilding.com and also on recipe sights like allrecipes.com, foodfit.com, cookinglight.com and foodnetwork.com

  5. Chanhassen writes:

    Lots of veggies- they have almost zero calories and tons of fiber to keep you full.

    Chicken breasts are low fat, and high protein, very healthy. Fish is excellent, too.

    Low fat dairy products (like fat free yogurts, skim milk, and ice creams) make great desserts and help you get your calcium.

    Brown rice is good tasting, and has more fiber and nutrients than white rice.

    100% whole wheat breads are good.

    Nuts- peanut butter, almonds, pecans, anything- you can make a trail mix with nuts, raisins, m&m’s, pretzel pieces and more for snacking.

    Granola is also good for snacking, I love the Bear Naked brand.

    Beans are a really really good food. Sure they give you gas, but they taste great, and they’re low fat, high protein. Try white bean or black bean soups, cajun red beans and rice with sausage, or lima beans cooked with bacon (a little bit of these high fat meats tastes awesome, and everyone deserves to spoil their diet once in awhile)

    Fruits (whole fruits, not fruit juices)- fresh or dried.

    You don’t really have to drink loads of water, just drink a glass when you’re thirsty. Most of your daily water comes from the food you eat- that 8 glasses a day thing is a crock.

  6. cvo writes:

    The best foods to eat are organic. Raw foods such as vegetables, fruits, nuts and legumes are a pack full of necessary vitamins that keep us looking young and fit. Many raw foods help prevent cancer. But there are great organic pasta and sauces that are healthy too. I like to put organic cold pressed olive oil on pasta since it so good for your heart.

    Microwaving food is bad since it kills all the nutrients in the food. Food is meant for nutrients. I read an article online that now the FDA is irradiating our produce and meats. This is very bad since it completely destroys all nutrients and leave behind radioactive particles in the food. This is why I say organic, because they have higher standards and also it won’t be genetically modified. The GM term scares me when it comes to food and I simply won’t eat it. Don’t eat anything with high fructose corn syrup, aspartame or monosodium glutamate. These chemical additives only harm your body. Read labels and live happy. Water is the best drink on earth. Add lemon since this is an alkali and keeps acids in your body in check. Lemon is a natural detox and high in vitamin C. Stay clear of sodas forever.

    I just bought organic cocoa powder. There is only one ingredient in it, cocoa powder. I thought it might be bitter to make hot chocolate, but to my surprise, it didn’t really need any sugar. Just hot water and cream and it was oh so good. One heaping teaspoon was only 30 calories. Who said chocolate was fattening? I tend to disagree. It’s actually healthy for you too since it also is an alkali and is also very high in iron!

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