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Some of the Best Nutritional Food for your Good Health

Posted by Bloglovers on December 26, 2011

Although there are many things you should know while taking care of your health, here I am going to give you a short tips since there is large numbers of aspects available while talking about health. Let’s get to the point and start what are the best foods which can give you top nutrition.

Eliminate all processed foods, fast foods, chips, junk food, candy bars, white flour, most pasta, processed white rice, deep-fried foods and all soft drinks.

Stick to lean cuts of meat, cut all the fat off the meat, and remove the skin from poultry prior to cooking and double the amount of vegetables you eat. For starch, eat whole grain brown rice or other higher protein grains like quinoia and bulgur. Have lentils and beans like kidney, black turtle, chick peas and Romano. If you eat bread, limit your intake and choose whole grain and/or stone-cut whole grain dark breads. The German-style breads are an example of a healthier choice and more cities have local bakeries that produce whole grain, organic breads. The culprit, when it comes to breads, is over-processed white flour. White flour has had the entire healthy core removed, including all its nutrients and grain. The flour is also so finely processed that it digests in the gut and converts to sugar in the blood stream more quickly than sugar, resulting in an insulin spike and fat gain! Throw away the butter and margarine. Use extra virgin olive oil for cooking.

Meats

Choose lean, white meats like chicken breast, turkey breast, flank steak (or other lean cuts), pork tenderloin, tuna (canned in water), salmon (canned), fresh white fish, lean sandwich meat (minimally processed turkey or chicken).

Milk & Eggs

Choose free range or organic eggs, organic plain yogurt, 1-2% cottage cheese, 1-2% milk or skim milk, plain soy milk, plain rice milk.

Fruits, Berries & Melons

Apples, bananas, grapefruit, oranges, nectarines, blueberries, strawberries, mixed frozen berries, pears, melons. If it’s not named here, eat it! These fruits are very much filled with water which provides your body needed water.

Vegetables

Green onions, red peppers, sweet potatoes, potatoes, frozen vegetables, tomatoes, avocado, broccoli, spinach, carrots, bok choy, celery, romaine, mesculn mix, red leaf lettuce, zucchini, Brussels sprouts. This is by no means an exhaustive list.

Starches

Whole grain brown rice, whole grain breads (organic or German style), slow cook plain oatmeal, Red River Cereal. Refined grains like white rice, pasta and bread, undergo processing stripping them off these nutrients making wholegrain foods the better choice for a healthy heart. Consider portion sizes and get a good balance of the different food groups.

Nuts & Seeds

All-natural organic peanut butter, almond butter, nuts, seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, etc.) Eating five or more servings of nuts per week may lower heart attack risk (but as they are high in fat and calories they should be consumed in moderation. Seeds are a great source of energy and vitamin E. Sunflower seeds are rich in calcium, thiamin, vitamin B6 and folate, selenium and copper and are the best food source of vitamin E, supplying 76% of the daily requirements in a handful.

Oils

Extra virgin olive oil, sesame oil, safflower, canola, flax oil, mixed flax oil blend.Pesto, teriyaki sauce, soy sauce, honey, fresh ginger, hot sauce, mustard, onions, garlic, balsamic vinegar, pickles, yogurt, fresh herbs & spices, lemons, limes.

Get used to these kinds of foods, drinks and fruits in your daily life. Definitely you are going to get better, feel better and ofcourse your health will be best than ever.

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