Why Filtering Your Tap Water Is Healthier Than Buying Bottled WaterEverybody wants more money, more time, better looks, and healthier bodies. At Dandy Living, we know that the habits you form in your day-to-day diet can dramatically affect all of those things. Did you know that most medical doctors receive very little training in nutrition? Many ailments that affect your body are caused in large part by what you stuff into your pie hole day-in & day-out, and many ailments that you feel are the bane of your existence can be solved or minimized in large part just by stuffing different crap into your pie hole day-in & day out.

Because we all know that crap in equals crap out. So the only question is what type of crap you’re going to crap out? Good crap? Or bad crap?

TIP! Products made with white flour should be replaced with products made from whole grain. You will find more fiber and protein in whole grains and whole wheat in comparison with refined grain products.

Well pull up a chair here El-Crappo (yes you), and let’s talk food and water and nutrition and diets and everything else that makes the world go round. And yes, filtering tap water most definitely is healthier than buying bottled water. Significantly. If for no other reason than because you’re helping to save the environment. Not enough? Ok you selfish cotton-headed ninny muggin, try this on for size: you’re also saving yourself a ton of time, and you’re also saving yourself a ton of money, and all those things add up to less stress in your life. And less stress equals a happier, healthier person. Booyah!

Now sit down and shut up. We’ve put together a couple tips and tricks that will show you just how easy & effortless it can be to make healthy food choices. Enjoy!

Did you know that very few people consume all the protein they need? Lean meat is the best protein. Other good sources of protein are found in chicken, pork, lentils, even nuts. Protein helps you to feel full and supports muscle growth, which makes it very important to your diet.

TIP! A good way to make your diet more nutritious is to swap out the unhealthy foods you love for similar but healthier alternatives. Understand what nutrients are in what you eat and what is missing.

When choosing foods for optimal nutrition, pick food items that are as close to their natural state as possible. Unprocessed, fresh foods are wonderful opportunities to make sure you get the nutritional requirements you need, while avoiding chemicals and fats.

Quinoa is absolutely disgusting – you can’t argue it any other way. But, it also is a great protein substitute for red meats. It contains a lot of much-needed amino acids, a rarity for a non-meat food. It’s also gluten-free and offers the right vitamins. So slather it up however you need to so you can dunk it down your system. It’s good for you.

Remember, especially if you’re American, that when eating meals, you need to pace yourself. Lots of people eat fast simply because they lead busy lives. Take your time rather than eating your meal in a rush. Eat mindfully with every bite. You will satisfy your appetite with less food. Which means you won’t be quite so fat. And you’ll be less likely to eat past the point of fullness causing yourself a stomach ache.

People with adequate nutritional education know to avoid grains and cereals that have been highly processed. Grains that are highly milled have had their hulls eliminated, meaning there is less fiber in the grain. Eating unprocessed grains can save you money on costly fiber supplements, and provide you a nutritional boost as well. No, that’s a silly thing to do, you thilly goose!

TIP! Eating organically can help you increase your diet’s total nutritional content. Foods that are certified organic are known to contain more in the way of vitamins, minerals and nutrients than most of the processed and so-called fresh foods sold today.

Make sure you eat salmon with regularity. They deserve to be eaten. Don’t deny it. Salmon contains lots of healthy omega-3’s as well as niacin. Omega-3 is known to reduce heart disease, cancer, and oppression. Niacin may prevent Alzheimer’s disease. In order to reduce exposure to dangerous toxins, select wild salmon instead of farmed.

When you go to the grocery store, give your children a chance to pick out some of the foods. Allow them to pick the fruits and vegetables they would like to have. By doing this, they are going to be much more likely to consume these foods. Kids may also try new foods this way, especially if they spot brightly colored fruits or vegetables.

TIP! Oatmeal is an excellent choice as a breakfast food. The whole grains in one cup of oatmeal is very satisfying and will help you feel full longer.

Pureed fruits (like pears, berries, or peaches) make a terrific snack that’s both healthy and easy to prepare. This sweet spread can be used to dip pretzels or pita chips. Try this with different kinds of fruits and prepare a different snack each time to keep things interesting.

Saturated Fats

Try not to eat snacks that contain high levels of saturated fats. This not only includes foods that come from animal products and meats but also those that have “vegetable oil”. This usually includes oils that are even higher in saturated fat than animal products. You can boost your body’s levels of fat by eating too many saturated fats in your diet. A product might claim that it contains no cholesterol. Unfortunately, it can still boost your blood cholesterol levels.

As we mentioned earlier, sound nutrition means you need to keep a close eye on what it is you eat and drink. Nutrition is probably the most important part of living a long, healthy life. The information shared here will help with optimal nutrition and changing your life for the better. So don’t waste it muchacho!

 

 

Why Filtering Your Tap Water Is Healthier Than Buying Bottled Water
Why Filtering Your Tap Water Is Healthier Than Buying Bottled Water
Why Filtering Your Tap Water Is Healthier Than Buying Bottled Water
Why Filtering Your Tap Water Is Healthier Than Buying Bottled Water

Why Filtering Your Tap Water Is Healthier Than Buying Bottled Water

Why Filtering Your Tap Water Is Healthier Than Buying Bottled Water

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