The way you eat and how you manage your diet can directly affect the way the body absorbs nutrients
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knowledge of the basic food groups.
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How to get the most out of your food
Learn to combine foods. Proteins and starches are not a good combination. Fruits and vegetables eaten together also working against each other.
Proteins should be eaten with a smaller proportion of vegetables. Fruits are best eaten alone. They break down quickly and are assimilated easily when they are consumed by themselves.
If you eat a big meal, eat into sections. Proteins, vegetables, carbohydrates, starch, and fruit or sugar, eaten in this order, with the time between each course will help the digestion process.
Try new ways to prepare, as broiling instead of frying for certain cuts of meat. Steaming your vegetables keeps in nutrients. The neat thing about steaming is the remaining liquid can be used instead of water in other recipes.
Find recipes that call for baking when it comes to vegetables. Learn to use the grill all year.
Check when you eat. Fruits are best eaten in the morning. They decompose quickly and will give you a good boost of energy.
Eat the largest meal between noon and 15:00 pm. This allows plenty of time for digestion before bedtime.
After 6:00 p.m., eat light. Soup and crackers are an excellent evening meal.
Hot tea or cider before bed can be relaxing and will help your stomach finish everything that has been slow to digest.
Listen to your body. If you are diabetic or have a metabolic disorder, you need to customize any diet to fit your own personal needs.
Tips and Warnings
Be willing to change.
Experiment with different foods and spices.
Learn to read labels and avoid large amounts of preservatives.
Consult your physician before making any drastic changes diet.
Make any changes gradually.