Eat Well

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Eat Well

09 September 2017 \\ Health Tips

It is as important how we eat as what we eat. To take the most out of your food try to:

 

- be calm and eat slowly - you need your parasympathetic nervous system to turn on for optimal digestion and peristalsis;

 

- eat local and organic - it is good for you, for local farmers and the environment;

 

- learn to cook and be creative, healthy food does not need to be boring;

 

- do not diet but make changes for life. no food is as bad for you as guilt or shame. if you eat something “wrong”, enjoy it, and go back to healthy eating with your next meal;

 

- do not overeat especially with your evening meal, it is ideal to have 12 - 14 hours in between your last meal and breakfast on the following day;

 

- enjoy your food, always!

 

The kind of food that will benefit you most will depend on your individual needs and condition, but it is hard to go wrong with lots of vegetables, moderate amount of good fats and minimal animal products.

 

Here is an example of foods to eat/eliminate that will boost your energy and immune system and can be safely adopted by most of us:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bon appetite!

What to eat

What to drink

In moderation

In small amounts or eliminate

Eliminate

Vegetables, all kinds, raw and cooked, especially:

Broccoli

Cabbage

Cauliflower

Cale

Brussels sprouts

Green leafy vegies

Beetroot

Celery

Parsley

Garlic

Onion

Sweat potatoes

Carrots

Avocado

Fennel

Spinach

 

Raspberries

Blueberries

Strawberries

Other berries

 

Grapefrute

Lemon

Aplles

Pears

 

Olive oil

Coconut oil

Ghee

 

Oats

Buckwheat

Millet

Rice

Water

 

Start your day with a glass of warm water with lemon juice and honey, wait 30 min before breakfast

 

Herbs mixed for your individual needs by your herbalist, check with MD Clinic if you want to know more

 

Other herbal teas, e.g.

Camomile

Mint

Melissa

 

Green tea

Chicken

Chicken liver

 

Fish

Seafood

 

Nuts

Seeds

 

Lentils

Beans

Chickpeas

 

Butter

 

Sea salt

Pepper

Spices of your taste

Caffein

 

Alcohol

 

Red meat

 

Dairy

 

Eggs

 

Potatoes

 

Wheat

Soy

Corn

 

Fats and oils apart from those listed in column 1

Added sugar

 

Processed food

 

Additives

 

Table salt

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