THE BEST HEALTHY DIET

HEALTHY EATING

In this article I am going to discuss about healthy foods. In the wake of fears about the effects of pesticides and artificial fertilizers, more people now prefer organically produced food. This includes fruits and vegetables produced by traditional methods relying on crop rotation, hand weeding and natural organic manures and meat and animal products from animals reared without growth hormones and antibiotics and fed on a natural diet. Unfortunately, organic food tends to be more expensive because it is much more labor intensive to produce, but increased demand is encouraging prices to fall.

Are these foods better for us?  Some experts claim that there is no clear scientific evidence for nutritional superiority of organically produced food, but anyone who compares the taste of Lettuces or carrots produced by the two methods or does a blindfold comparison of free-range battery reared chicken finds this hard to believe.

And it is generally agreed that fruits and vegetables grown for intensive agricultural production are often less nutritious than the tough old-fashioned varieties that have been grown organically.

Daily Dietary Requirements

Adults need food for energy, body repair, replacement and efficient functioning and maintenance. Children additionally need food for growth and development. The main elements of human diet are carbohydrates, protein, and fats. Vitamins, minerals, and trace elements are known as micronutrients.

Carbohydrates

These provide energy and supplied by starchy foods such as rice, pasta, potatoes and other root vegetables, and cereal grains and their products such as bread unrefined forms also provide essential dietary fiber or roughage, and most contain some vitamins and minerals. The other source of carbohydrates, sometimes known as (Empty) carbohydrates, is sugar, which is pure energy.

Protein

Proteins form the main building blocks of our muscles and tissues. They also produce hormones and enzymes necessary to control body functioning. Any excess protein is converted into energy or stored as fat. In most Western diets the principal sources of protein are meat, fish, and dairy products but protein can also be obtained from cereals legumes, and nuts.

Vegetable Protein

Proteins are made up of more than 20 amino acids, which all have to be present together. Animal proteins contain all the amino acids but protein from vegetable sources each contribute different groups. Therefore, vegetable proteins need to be combined to provide the full compliment. Food proteins are broken down in the digestive process, and the amino acids are reassembled to make body’s own protein. We need balanced protein in our diet because unlike herbivores, we cannot produce the full range of amino acids in our body.

Fats

Fat is stored in the body, where it cushions the bones and vital organs and provides insulation against the cold, as well as being a reserve energy supply. Fats are also essentials for nerve functioning, transporting vitamins and lubricating skin and hair. For optimum health you should cut down on fat and consider cakes, heavy desserts, and chocolate as occasional treats.

Dietary Fats and Energy

Fats and oil provide 9.3 kcal of energy per gram, while carbohydrates supply about 4.2kcal per gram. So 50g of breakfast cereal, which fills you up and helps your digestion, is much less fattening than 50g of fat which you could eat in ice cream without even noticing it. Most people who want to lose weight find that by reducing their intake of fats (including fatty meat) and eating more cereals, lean meat, fish, and vegetables, they do so without hunger pangs. Dairy fats are also associated with cholesterol as well as being the main cause of obesity.

Starches and Sugar

Bran provides fiber and contain a large proportion of the grain’s vitamins iron, calcium, and protein.

The Germ contains essential fats, vitamin E, thiamine

White Rice has under half the vitamin B6, one third vitamin B3 and one fifth thiamine compared to brown rice and has lost much of its fiber.

White Flour is so impoverished that vitamins and calcium are added to the product, but it still has only about 85% of the nutrients of the whole wheat flour. Sugar is not (or should not be) an important part of

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