Eating Healthy Day
Your diet is a key factor in your overall health, as well as your ability to recover from illness and injuries. Each year, we learn more about how food choices can impact your health and quality of life. Eat Healthy Day was created to remind people about the importance of managing their food intake and to keep them informed about what they eat.
Although the movement for Eat Healthy Day dates back to the Food Pyramid, conversations about the importance of food in our health go back further. We have seen how certain nutrients can be beneficial or detrimental to our health as a result of advances in health science. Salt has been a key ingredient in many types of food and recipes. This has caused problems with our heart health. A high-sodium diet can cause high blood pressure for those who are sodium-sensitive.
We eat the building blocks of our bodies, so if we use poor materials we can’t expect it to last. It’s common to believe that healthy food must taste bad. But the truth is that healthy food can taste delicious! If you take the time to learn about them, rich fruits, delicious low-fat chicken, crisp and tasty salads, as well as a variety of nuts, seeds, and berries are all available.
Take the time to review your diet on Eat Healthy Day and take a risk with what you eat.
If you are open to the idea of celebrating Eat Healthy Day, it can be fun and delicious. It is important to be mindful of what you eat, and to also consider your portion control. Too often, the problem isn‚Äôt what we eat but how much. Any imbalance can lead to problems, so this Eat Healthy Day think about how you can make healthier choices for your health.