How Our Eating Habit Affect Our Health

We are what we eat. You must have surely come across this expression that means that the food that we eat can have some significant effect on our body. This is so true. Eating too much junk food will pollute our body with toxins and cholesterol thus giving rise to all kind of diseases. This is because we have lost the eating habits of the old generation and instead focus more on fast food. In this article I will be providing more information on healthy cooking and foods that we have neglected.

It is very common for people to believe that only physical exercises matter even when you are eating wrongly. In fact this is a really wrong idea. It is important to have a balanced diet and to provide your body with all the nutrients it needs to work correctly. For instance it is important that you control your salt and sugar intake in order to avoid diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. It is recommended to eat plenty of vegetables and fruits instead of animal product.

There is a great assortment of plants that you can use in order to bring some diversity to your diet. It is best to choose them fresh or even better purchase organic vegetables as they do not carry any chemical compounds. The consumption of these types of foods will ensure that your body receives all the needed nutrients to work properly. Furthermore there are also some plants that are really good for your health. For example we have cereals such as oats that can have some positive effect on human health. Those that understand French can check out this article on healthy food alternatives (champignon farci) and healthy living to learn more on this.

Eating these plant products and decreasing your consumption of meat can be really helpful in improving your health. Plants can bring you all the necessary proteins and fat and you will not need to take any animal product. In this way you will be in better health and your cholesterol level will be within the normal range.

Most of the diseases that are common today have been caused by our wrong eating habits. The fast food industry, the highly processed foods and the intensively-farmed foods are all the reason for this surge in diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. Changing our eating plan should therefore have a beneficial effect on our health.

By: Sarah Bellarmine