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  • Writer's pictureChuck Johns

Healthy Diet vs Unhealthy Diet: What are the Best Foods for your body

Updated: Dec 13, 2019

Do you count your calorie intake? Well, there is actually no need to worry about counting calories. If you eat nutrient-dense foods, you can eat as much as you want, even as often as you want. (Did you know bacon is a nutrient-dense food? Well that’s good news, isn’t it?)

On the other hand, eating nutrient-poor foods leads to hunger withdrawals. Sometimes even withdrawal symptoms when you diet. It is a condition where the body tells lies to the brain and prompts the body that it’s time to eat when it actually isn’t.

Counting Calories, 1,2, 3!

Did you actually lose weight when you counted your calorie intake? Some of you might be successful at it but I believe most are not. It is really physically and psychologically hard to lose weight when you are too conscious about counting your calories. Some experts even say it is worthless to count your calorie intake since because you have to weigh it with different factors like age, activity level, weight, and muscle mass. Wow! That’s a lot of work.

But wait, there’s more! You have to figure out a way to assess how much brown fat you had and whether the communities of mitochondria in it and your muscles were youthful or old.

If you want to lose fat, eat as much as you want, whenever you want, as long as your diet is based on a balanced selection of specific foods. If your diet were based on eating what you need instead of eating what you want, you wouldn’t be hungry, you’d lose body fat and get healthy.

So. if you want to lose weight and stay healthy at the same time, it is not about counting calories, it is about choosing nutrient-dense foods that are best for your body.

Benefits of Eating Nutrient-Dense Foods

In general, eating a high nutrient, lower-calorie foods would have the following benefits:

  1. Allow you to control calorie intake without counting calories.

  2. Make you feel full longer between meals.

  3. Make it harder to overeat.

Nutrition experts say the better foods you choose, the longer lifespan you will have. Here are the benefits of choosing a healthy diet:

1. More Energy. Nutrient dense foods are high in energy foods that give you more power to face a busy day ahead. Eating breakfast with high energy foods are the best way to charge your body and be more energetic rather than storing up and eating a lot during dinner. You will feel less sluggish when you move around and about.

2. Fit Body. You will notice a change of your physic once you are consistent in eating the right foods. You will get denser muscles and a much better figure.

3. Better Digestion. You will also notice that you will improve your bowel movement. The body will go its its normal digestion if you intake foods that are good for your digestion.

4. Lesser Doctor Visits. Healthier you means lessening doctor visits. This is actually converted to hundreds of dollar savings as well.

5. Self Acceptance. This is actually one of the best benefits of choosing the right food, you not just become healthier, you also feel good about yourself.

6. Longer Lifespan. Of course! Your body will not feel tired most of the time. You will get the proper nutrition it needs to make your life longer.

Here is an easier way of choosing your foods to eat:



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