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3 Signs that You Need to Make Better Food Decisions

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Nutrition is something many of us pay little attention to, and yet it plays such an important role in our everyday lives. The food you eat will have an effect on your food and energy levels. It will influence how well you can perform your daily tasks. And, more importantly, it will affect how long you can expect to live and in what condition. Let’s take a look at a few signs that you need to make better food decisions.

You’re Constantly Exhausted

If you feel like you’re always exhausted, there’s a high chance that it’s because of what you put in your body. One of the biggest mistakes people make is consuming too many simple sugars. These are your table sugar, but also things like syrups and even fruit juices. A cup of grape juice will have about the same amount of sugar as a soda, but people will automatically assume that it’s healthier because it’s fruit. The issue is that a glass of fruit juice will contain the juice of much more than one portion of fruit, so you’ll get much more sugar. Also, you get none of the fibre that helps regulate blood sugar and crashes.

Instead, you should go with complex carbs. This is what you’ll get from wholegrain bread and pasta as well as whole fruit. These will provide a steady dose of energy without the crash. You also need to check your protein intake as it has a direct influence on mental clarity and alertness.

Also, you should consider switching to organic alternatives. Chemicals in foods can cause mental fog and fatigue, but also reactions like skin rashes. If you’re having difficulty finding healthy organic options where you are, we suggest you check out Services like these will deliver fresh organic meats and produce straight to your door and they sell a variety of chemical-free products so you can reduce the number of toxins that get into your system every day.

You’re Losing Muscle Mass

A lot of people take the wrong approach when they want to lose weight. They tend to cut their calorie intake too low and don’t always take nutrients into consideration. If you cut too many calories from your diet, there’s also a chance that you’re depriving yourself of protein. In this case, instead of losing fat, you will start to lose muscle mass. You will then get have a depleted body with a layer of fat over it. If you want to build tone and lose fat primarily, you need to have enough protein in your diet. It is commonly recommended that you take around 0.8 to 1.0 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight, but you can go higher if you have a heavy strength routine.

You’re Experiencing Digestive Issues

If you’re dealing with excessive bloating, gas, or acid reflux, it usually has to do with what you’re eating. In this case, you may want to visit a physician and see if you have intolerance issues. Some may have mild gluten intolerance and not realise it. For others, it might be dairy products or even certain grains and herbs, like quinoa for instance.

These are all signs that your diet might need to be improved. The most important part is listening to your body and seeking help if needed.


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