Healthy mind and body with a healthy diet.

It is very essential to have a right composition of vitamin, minerals and nutrients in your diet to keep you energize and free from all diseases. eating a well supplemented diet with proper calorie intake will provide you with a healthy body weight, provide energy and promote a general feeling of well being in addition of keeping you free from all diseases.
In a balanced diet there is a good supply of whole grains, vegetable and fruits and a smaller proportion of dairy, meat and fish products-body weight is maintained at a good balanced condition. If you eat less of calorie dense foods like sugar, carbohydrates, and junk foods and eat more of the nutrient rich foods then your waistline is bound to reduce-discovering a new you within yourself.
For the efficient functioning of the immune system of the body a carefully planned intake of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients are very necessary. Even minute deficiencies in respect of vitamins and minerals can deform the body functioning system. Vitamin A-B vitamin, vitamin C, vitamin E, Zinc, iron and selenium are such nutrient elements. Balanced diet has a strong effect on cardiovascular systems-as the immune system is dependant on blood flow.
According to the American Heart Association, a healthy diet and lifestyle are the best weapons against cardiovascular disease. Unrefined whole grains, fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber and are also low in calories. Including plenty of these in the diet can help control both weight and blood pressure, both of which are risk factors for heart disease. Adding fish to your diet at least twice weekly is recommended by the American Heart Association as well. Oily fish, such as salmon and trout, contain omega-3 fatty acids, which can help lower the risk of developing coronary artery disease.

One of the most noticeable benefits of a balanced diet is energy. Keeping your body fueled with the right proportions of vitamins, minerals and nutrients can give you the energy you need to make the most of your day. Healthy carbohydrates, such as whole grains, fruits, vegetable and legumes are slow to digest, keeping blood sugar and insulin levels on an even keel for a steady supply of energy throughout the day. Healthy proteins are also vital for energy levels, and can be added to the diet by eating lean meats, poultry and fish, as well as whole grains, tofu, beans and nuts.
Although fat is often seen as the bad guy, in dietary terms, a growing amount of research shows that sugar is the real villain in the obesity epidemic, with every 1g of sugar you eat being converted into 2g of body fat. Cut out all sugar and artificial sweeteners, including the ‘stealth’ sugar that manufacturers add to both sweet and savory foods (even ones you wouldn’t expect, such as pizzas and pasta sauces).
Instead, start your day with one or two teaspoons of honey in a cup of hot water. Then use honey in place of sugar in tea or coffee, on cereal and in cooking throughout the day (honey is roughly twice as sweet as sugar, so you’ll need half as much).
If you need a sweet snack, spread honey on whole meal toast or a whole meal cracker, or add a teaspoon to a small tub of natural yoghurt.
Central to this plan is ending the day with a honey drink (one or two tablespoons of honey in hot water) taken 30 minutes before going to bed at night, which is exactly what the body needs to allow it to function at its optimal level while you sleep – burning body fat as it does so.
Don’t go overboard, though – too much honey will still raise blood-sugar levels and, therefore, insulin levels, negating any benefits you might be hoping to achieve.
So it is best to have Honey Diet

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