Eating a Variety of Foods
The “fat-free” diet craze of the 1990s left many people questioning the validity of wide-spread health advice. One day something is good for you, the next day it isn’t. How can you know what’s true? To put it simply, there is no perfect diet. However, people who eat a lot of vegetables, pure proteins, and whole grains, are often healthier than those who do not. Instead of jumping into a short-term diet, make little changes each day to incorporate more healthy foods into your meals. Instead of cutting out unhealthy foods you love, search for healthier replacements. Instead of sugary cereal, try oatmeal. Instead of white pasta, try zucchini noodles. Over time, these small changes will make a big difference.