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what is healthy

Discussion in 'General Physical Health' started by StillGods, Sep 16, 2020 at 7:09 AM.

  1. StillGods

    StillGods Well-Known Member

    New Zealand
    kinda overwhelmed with trying to decide what the best food is to eat. there are so many choices out there.
    We teamed up with Faith Counseling. Can they help you today?
  2. Jonathan Walkerin

    Jonathan Walkerin Well-Known Member

    It is not that hard. Eat lots of vegetables, bit of meat, fish and or beans , drink enough water, avoid sugar and processed food stuffs while not over eating.
  3. grasping the after wind

    grasping the after wind That's grasping after the wind

    I recommend a hot fudge sundae. IMO the best food to eat.

    If you are attempting to be healthy however eating one food or one type of food is a very bad idea. A varied diet including enough protein, fat, carbohydrates to allow you to get the proper nutrition including the vital minerals and vitamins most likely to deliver the correct amount of nutrients. Make sure that you don't consume more calories than you need and eat a varied diet and get enough sleep and exercise and you will be as healthy as possible.
  4. StillGods

    StillGods Well-Known Member

    New Zealand
    I tried the carnivore diet but that didnt work for me in terms of constipation, i tried vegetarianism but lost too much weight.
    my blood tests showed some issues that I thought the carnivore diet might solve.
    theres keto. but too much to remember.
    thanks for the thoughts. I am tired of being tired.
  5. LaBèlla

    LaBèlla Well-Known Member Supporter

    United States

    I recommend reading The 4-Season Solution. He explores our natural body rhythm and how our diet and activity alters in different seasons. The book addresses popular diets and when they're appropriate. But it advocates a seasonal approach to eating which honors the palate and activity levels.

    I'm revamping my eating along these lines and notice cravings as the calendar moves. Right now I'd love to have a bowl of soup or comfort food. That's appropriate for this time of the year. I prefer to work with my body instead of taking a radical approach that's hard to maintain.

    I opt for organic food, grass-fed meat, and sustainably harvested fish and seafood. We avoid refined sugars and flours, soda, processed and fried food. I make my own bread, jam and condiments to limit our exposure to preservatives.

    Yours in His Service,