A healthy diet menu involves different types of food. Some of the main things that need to be present in any healthy diet menu include grains, fruits and vegetables. Make sure all the components in your meals are low or no fat and sugar so as to have a healthy diet. Different people have different dietary needs, for example the elderly, pregnant women and little children. Below are some guidelines to a balanced diet.
Breakfast can consist of sprouted or whole grain toast that is topped up with peanut butter. Here, the toast will give you grain, the peanut butter will provide some quality plant-based protein. You can add a fruit such as a banana, an apple or an orange. It can be challenging but not impossible to include vegetables. You can opt for an omelet or a sandwich that has slices of tomatoes.
Lunch and Evening Meals
These can consist of different types of foods. For a healthy diet menu, add a good quantity of organic fruits and vegetables. You can opt to have a salad as a whole meal. The salad can have a pasta or rice base, but also fish and different vegetables such as cucumbers, carrots, peppers and tomatoes. Organic is best, as it does not have the toxic pesticide residue in and on the food that cannot be washed off.
There are different foods you can combine to give you a healthy lunch or dinner. You can make soup with vegetable stock. You can also sauté vegetables in water to eliminate fat. The grain can be provided by pasta, quinoa, bulgur wheat or rice. Another option could be sweet potatoes with a side serving of rice, pasta or a large green salad of spinach and kale.
Making sure you eat such a healthy diet menu will go a long way in improving your health.
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