Eating healthy food Limit your food intake

Some good quotes: health is wealth, prevention is better than cure etc. All these are effective if you are conscious about your diet and strictly follow the instruction of clean eating.

Dear friends to maintain your health and keep yourself happy some changes are needed in your food habits. You must limit intake of some foods. Today we discuss here about the foods to avoid or minimize the intake of these foods.

Mostly foods containing saturated fat, high salt, high sugar and alcohol. Foods with higher percentage of these ingredients will affect your health adversely. Some healthy tips will keep you healthier.

Limit eating foods higher in saturated fat like cakes, pizza, potato chips, processed meats, packed burgers, foods fried with oils, many biscuits and many other snacks fried in oils. Minimize use of foods processed in butter, cream, cooking oils like coconut and palm oils.

Limit eating of foods containing saturated fat, added salt, added sugars and alcohol and replace these with low fat foods.

Limit salt containing foods and drinks: For healthy life style use low salt, salt will increase your blood pressure. Read the labels to know how much sodium contains in the packed food and select lower sodium containing foods. Higher sodium intake will raise your blood pressure and effect adversely on your heart.

Limit sugar containing soft drinks: Avoid or minimize use of soft or energy drinks contains higher sugar. Many sports drinks, energy drinks etc contains added sugar and try to limit use of these drinks. Water is the best source to keep you hydrated.

Limit alcohol intake: minimize use of alcohol if you use it. Higher doses and continuous use of alcohol will effect adversely on Liver. For pregnant woman alcohol is not safe. If you are feeding mother than also avoid to use alcohol.

In my previous blog I mentioned some healthy tips on clean eating. Limiting use of above foods is also a part of clean eating. Clean eating promotes your health and as a medical professional I advise you “prevention is better than cure”. You expenses on your healthcare are big after you become ill. So try to maintain your health and avoid unwanted expenses and health problems. If you really honest about your health than stick on all these advises.

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2 Comments

  1. Exactly. I don’t eat sugar or drink alcohol, BUT sometimes I use sugar-free energy drinks. I can tell you, as someone with neurological issues, they can effect my nervous system. B-vitamins do the same (negatively effect nervous system). This is NOT medical advice; only my experience.

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