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Nutrition Tips And Tricks – Part Two

Nutrition Tips And Tricks – Part Two

We’re back with our second look at some of the best nutrition tips for you (check out part one here).

Nutrition can be a challenge – people lead very busy lives, and don’t always have the time to think about the nutritional value of what they eat.

However, you really need to take the time to stop and think about what it is that you’re eating, because otherwise you’ll find that there’s going to be health problems for you further down the road.

To try and help, we’re going to further our nutrition tips, and see what else you can do for your health.

Eat your veg

It’s a pretty basic fact, but not enough people do it.

You have to eat your fruit and vegetables to get the right nutrients.

It’s something we’ve had drilled into us from childhood, but it’s amazing how many people don’t do it.

You have to make sure that you’re getting the right balance of fruit and veg every day, because otherwise you’re not getting the nutritional value that the body needs to stay at it’s best.

Protein – eat it

Protein is something that we don’t get enough of on average.

The nutritional value of protein is pretty high, and we shouldn’t go without it unless absolutely necessary.

It’s usually found in large quantities of meat.

If you don’t eat meat however, it is available in certain vegetables and nuts, but you can always take a supplement if you feel that you could use more protein.

Use herbs

No, this isn’t a drug euphemism.

Drugs can actually be detrimental to your nutritional intake, so avoid them.

When we say herbs, we’re talking about the ones you use while cooking.

Parsley, oregano, cumin. These are all things which contain nutrients that can help the body with all kinds of different things, and should be consumed on a regular basis. Plus, they also enhance the taste of other foods which might come across as being a little bland.

An eggselent idea

Puns aside, there’s a lot of nutrients in eggs which make them a great choice for people who want to keep their nutritional levels up.

Eggs have a lot of protein in, so that’s always good, but the yolk is also packed full of different vitamins and nutrients which make eggs a good choice for a meal at any point in the day.

Overall, these are just a few of the different nutritional tips that we’ve managed to come up with for you.

It’s not easy to keep track of what you eat when you’re trying to get everything done, and we appreciate that.

However, people who don’t look after their bodies will encounter problems with it in the future, so it’s really important to take the time to look after yourself and focus on getting the nutritional values that you need.

It may be difficult at first, but you’ll soon see that when it comes to getting the right nutrients required to stay healthy, the reward really is worth the effort you put in.

Stephen Coleclough
Stephen Coleclough

Stephen Coleclough is a personal trainer and online fitness/nutrition coach from the UK. He loves heavy squats, smashing PRs and bacon sandwiches. You can follow him on Twitter at ColecloughPT.

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