Eat Well for a Longer and Healthier Life
How to live a long, healthful, and productive life? Of course a major part of longer healthier life is to eat well. Here are my suggestions for “lifespan nutrition”
First, you need to know this: We are each individuals. We can’t go by food charts and calorie tables. We need to know about our own reactions to food.
1. Do you feel daily changes in your energy and well being? Do you connect those changes with food you just ate or foods you ate hours ago? Some foods may make you sleepy. Some lower your energy. Some foods cause allergic reactions such as rash, hives, itchiness, swollen tongue, rapid heartbeat, or abdominal pain. Some foods may lower your ability to learn and remember. Some foods may make you clumsy and slow down your reflexes. Notice how you react to different foods after eating them. Avoid the foods that give bad reactions.
2. Avoid overeating.
3. Don’t fast to lose weight.
4. Avoid sugar – it pus you on a roller coaster of high energy followed by low energy and cravings.
5. Stay well hydrated. Drink 50 to 70 ounces of water, green tea, herbal tea, and vegetable juice every day. Drink fluids even when you are not thirsty.
6. Breakfast sets the body chemistry for the rest of the day. When you skip breakfast, you may be excessively hungry later in the evening. Leave out stimulants for breakfast such as coffee and tea or colas.
7. Train your taste buds to enjoy vegetables. Raw is best. Steamed and stir-fried are good, too.
8. Cut down on, or avoid meat, very sweet fruits, overripe fruits, all sweets.
9. Have more proteins in your food choices. Proteins are “time-release” energy sources. They are building blocks for your body, for growth and repair. Try out the many kinds of lentils and beans. Reduce the amount of meat you eat.
10. Become aware of any food cravings. A craving may be an addiction based on sugar, salt, or processing additives.
11. Avoid artificial sweeteners.
12. Eat snacks between meals to keep your energy level steady. The ideal snacks: raw vegetables, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, soy nuts, and other seeds. Avoid walnuts and other nuts that grow on trees.
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