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How To Eat Healthy For Beginners

By Dan Raynar

With a lot of information out there these days, it can often get quite confusing about what is actually healthy.

For instance, if something is the lowest in calories, does that automatically mean that's the best option? If a product has 'protein' written across the packaging, does that prove that it's a healthy choice?

With so much to take in, it can get stressful and at times it can mentally break you, so you just end up back into your old habits.

Over the course of this article I will give you my best tips about how to improve your choices and make healthy eating your lifestyle for good!

1. Eat a balanced diet (proteins, carbs and fats)

DO NOT neglect one food group or one particular macronutrient. They all play a key role to your health.

Protein will help you build new lean muscle, as well prevent muscle breakdown.

Carbohydrates will give you the energy you need to live your life and perform exercise.

Fat will protect vital organs, aid skin, hair and nail growth as well as being a good energy sauce.

Don't be scared to eat carbs, they won't make you fat. That also goes for eating fat, it WON'T make you fat.

The only thing that leads to obesity and gaining weight will be the overall calories you are consuming. So, eating too much of these macronutrients can cause weight gain, but control them and you'll be just fine.

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