A Nutrient Dense Approach to Your Food
Nowadays we are bombarded with so much information about what to eat and when to eat, how to lose weight or gain weight, and so much more that it becomes near impossible to know what to do. This is where nutrient-dense foods come in. We will always be on the winning team if the foods we eat are packed with nutrients, rather than being more or less empty, like most processed foods. Eat more green foods, berries, tomatoes, watermelon, melon, carrots, and other nutritious veggies and fruits. Bright colors are also a key sign of high nutrient content. If you wonder how you will find the time to prepare these foods, consider making a healthy dressing and dipping your veggies. Eat a fruit salad for a snack or make a quick smoothie with frozen nutrient-dense fruits such as mangos or blueberries. While you are at it add some good fats such as coconut milk along with a superfood green smoothie powder.
If you follow these suggestions daily, you will feel better and set your health back on a better track.