There are so many diets and ways of eating out there: paleo, gluten-free, ketosis, eating cotton balls before a meal. Did you know that? It was a popular diet!?! Cotton balls! What are fads and what works?What do you think is “healthy?” Here’s an infographic on diet trends:
Baby steps. It’s all about trying. And once you put the intention out there, you think you just want to do better, it could happen. I will show what I ate in the hopes of it being “healthy.”
Remember – food is fuel. Think about food as the fuel that power is your brain and your eyes and your hair follicles. It can affect your mood and your attitude.
I believe in eating as many fresh vegetables and fruit as possible. I also believe in a balance. I don’t cut carbs. I don’t eat loads of fat. I eat it all, but in moderation. You also know that I practice intermittent fasting. But I get off track from time to time just like anyone would.
I’ll give you a sample of how I thought I could try and do better. I thought vegetables. Colorful food that was grown outside. Not from a factory. So who knows if I’ve done the right thing or the wrong thing here. What do you think? This is what I did:
I could have made this myself if I knew how. If you don’t have the time or the skill, then you can find great healthy salads ready made. You just have to find a place near you that sells it.
Have you heard of living butter lettuce? It has roots on the bottom and can keep in the fridge for up to three weeks!
The texture of a butter lettuce leaf is soft and delicious. It’s grown hydroponically so free of pesticides. The leaves can be used as a wrap. So for those of you on gluten free or low carb diets, this is a good one. For those of you who are not, choosing a green over wheat is a good break for the body.
Did I do well, do you think, or not? What “healthy” foods are you not used to eating but you think you could incorporate to your diet to give your body a healthy break? Leave me a comment and tell me what you eat when you want to go healthy. Or tell me what you think is healthy but you don’t eat … yet.