1. Don’t use a microwave
It heats food, but heating also destroys most of its nutrients. Microwave changes molecular composition of food, so unless you want to heat up frozen food, which in no case contains any nutrients left, do not use your microwave.
2. Do not buy processed beverages
Forget about soft drinks, “sport” drinks, ice tea and similar processed juices. The best solution is to make some fruit and vegetable juices and you can also try “Home-made” ice tea.
3. Healthy breakfast
It is recommended from time to time to boil an egg, make oatmeal or omelet. You can also prepare warm toast with jam and glass of milk. Of course if you are willing to practise healthy diet, you know that you should forget bakery products and fast food.
4. Be careful with dairy products
If you have to choose between margarine and butter, choose butter. When it comes to milk and yogurt, do not buy low-fat products (except if you are not practicing any weigh loss diet). Our body needs milk and yogurt fat for proper digestion and sufficient amount of vitamins and minerals.
5. Your butcher should be someone you know:
Do not buy meat from everywhere. Meet your local butcher and ask where they get the meat from-quite important information if you are willing to eat quality and healthy food.
6. Be careful what you buy:
Buy organic food only.
7. Consume Dry food more than canned food
Canned food is really bad for us. Emulsifiers are used to regulate acids or pH and to maintain the shelf life of the canned food.Studies have shown that they are contained in canned food and can be very harmful.
8. Hunger or thirst?
When you feel hunger, drink a glass of water and wait for 15 minutes. If you are still hungry then you can have something to eat.
9.Cook for yourself
You do not have to choose some recipes that will take more preparation time, but cook something at home at least once or twice a week. Avoid eating “out”.