Do you ever feel as if there is not too much to worry about when you eat healthy?
You are the person who is so stressed that health you go on a binge?
Here are 10 things you worry about when you mistakenly try to eat healthy.
Do you worry about … -
What is the percentage of carbohydrates, fats and protein should I eat? This is one of those factors that many people about stress and that many books on the harp. The problem is, we eat food – not macronutrients. It is difficult to calculate this in the first place.
Secondly, you can eat healthy eat a varying range of reports. It also depends on how many calories you are eating. For example, 30% protein may be too little for those who eat only 1000 calories, but it would be too much for someone eating 5,000 calories.
The question multivitamin is perplexing. What should be a safe way to fill the nutritional gaps is now called into question in the light of recent studies. For example, those who have a more than 7 times a week were almost twice as likely to die of prostate cancer than those who did not take a multi.
Multivitamins are not miracle pills that are promoted as taking a good quality and more every day or every two days is still good – just do not overdo folic acid.
The ultra-clean life condemn coffee for its lack of nutrients, its negative impact on calcium absorption, his assault on the adrenal glands and its superpowers dehydration. At this point, the majority of research has relieved coffee for most of its rates.
Moderate amounts (except 7 sachets of sugar) appear to have health benefits.
This is discussed in detail in a previous post. The truth is that most people probably should drink more water.
There is no evidence, however, that we need to dogmatically-rooted 8 glasses. Drink more if you exercise more and even more so when they are in heat (ahem – warm climate, that is).
Visit any gym and you will inevitably see "biceps boy." You know what – the guy who devotes two days a week just training biceps. Barbells, dumbbells, cables, close grip, wide grip, hammer curls.
If your biceps are bigger than your quads, something is wrong. If you are training for a bodybuilding contest, by all means, work those guns. Otherwise, do something more complex that works other muscles.
I do not know if anyone is still worried about this or not, but if you are – do not.
Look for trans fat and too much omega-6 fats, but do not stress too much about grams of fat.
In this case, I do not know if anyone still busts their scientific calculator when reading ingredients in carbohydrates, but again – do not worry.
Make healthy choices, carbohydrates rich in fiber and rich in nutrients and burn 'em or wear' em.
Pssst … – Your body does not tell time!
Ok, there are good reasons not to Pound 1000 calories before hitting the pillow, but the "rules" do not eat after arbitrary time are unfounded. If you are hungry before bed – eating. Just eat something higher in protein.
A workout at night also denies this rule – just be smart about it.
Of course, organic food is probably optimal.
The idea of not having pesticides in your production is more attractive than having a few pesticide products.
If you are going to worry about a thing, however, worry about getting enough vegetables and fruit first. Worry if it is organic, local, etc. later. You can also go in the middle and choose organic crops most heavily sprayed.
If you have the occasional bit of Splenda or have a regular sugar-free mint – probably will not collapse.
Instead of Geiger-count your way through the list of ingredients, just keep in mind that the artificial sweetener-containing foods are generally not healthy to begin with – regardless of how they are sweetened.
On the other side of the coin – artificial sweeteners will not likely help you lose weight.