These changes to our buying and eating habits, have not been good news for our diet. These junk and convenience foods normally have a high calorie, fat and salt content and very little nutritional value. This is why you tend to get hungry again quite soon after eating, leaving you prone to snacking and binge eating. With obesity rates and deaths relating to heart disease on the rise, there has never been a better time to consider a return to more wholesome and natural foods.
How often do you really think about the food you are eating on a regular basis? Where does it come from (how is it sourced) and how is it produced and packaged? Most convenience foods are packed with additives and preservatives to give them a long date. Before you next put an item in your shopping trolley, read the box carefully. Take notice of the calorie content, fat and saturated fat content, how much salt or sugar it contains and how much natural ingredients it contains. If there is no real nutritional content to the product or very little natural ingredients, but plenty of artificial flavourings and additives then put it back on the shelf.
It is worth taking a little time to shop more often, allowing you to buy more fresh foods. Aim for a diet filled with whole foods rather than foods that come out of a box or bag. When food is processed, a lot of the nutrients are taken out of it and replaced with additives and preservatives. Whole foods (foods that are eaten whole and in their natural state) are full of nutritional value and tend to contain less calories.
Fruit and vegetables are excellent examples of whole foods and you can grow them in your garden. try adding them to each meal and eating them as nutritional snacks. There are also beans, peas, soybeans, lentils, and fish (but watch how you cook it). Try swapping your fries for a baked potato and your soda for a glass of natural fruit juice. Whole wheat bread and oatmeal are also great breakfast ideas to give you a great start to the day.
Your success starts at the grocery, start reading labels and think about what you eat. Seek out those natural whole foods and start preparing meals with fresh ingredients. If you are serious about losing weight and want to improve your diet, then you need to start changing your eating habits. Embrace nature and eat more whole foods on a regular basis.
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