“EAT RIGHT” MADE SIM­PLE

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Have a bal­anced diet—carbohydra­tes, pro­tein, fat, vi­ta­mins, min­er­als, and fiber, in the cor­rect pro­por­tions.

Eat lots of fresh fruit and veg­eta­bles, in­clud­ing raw veg­eta­bles.

Eat whole grains, rather than re­fined ones (brown rice or foods made from whole wheat flour, for ex­am­ple, as op­posed to pol­ished rice and foods made from white flour).

Get pro­tein from a va­ri­ety of sources, such as beans, whole grains, nuts, fish, eggs, dairy, poul­try, and meat. (Meat and poul­try are often not as healthy as they used to be, due to how live­stock and poul­try are be­ing raised.)

Pre­pare your food in a healthy way. Some gen­eral guide­lines are: Keep foods as close to their nat­u­ral state as pos­si­ble, and min­i­mize the use of pro­cessed ad­di­tives.

Choose nat­u­ral, fresh, whole foods over re­fined, pro­cessed, and ar­ti­fi­cially en­hanced foods, when pos­si­ble.

Se­verely limit in­take of su­gar, and avoid white su­gar and su­gar sub­sti­tutes. Use (or choose prod­ucts that use) raw su­gar (un­bleached/un­re­fined) or honey.

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