Starting to eat healthy can be incredibly difficult. With so many people telling you different things about what is “healthy” or “bad”, is can be hard to know what to believe.
As a Registered Dietitian, I believe balance is truly the key to any healthy diet.
While there are some foods that are more nutrient dense than others, it’s important to get a mix of highly nutritious foods along with “fun” foods to ensure you are fueling your body in a sustainable and enjoyable way!
This guide discusses the main components I believe are most important when it comes to structuring a balanced meal or snack.
A mixture of these components ensures you are both full and satisfied after every meal.
Along with this, my formula allows for a lot of flexibility and personal preference, which is important when it comes to sustaining a healthy diet long term.
You know the quote about giving a fish versus teaching to fish? That’s my goal.
I want you to read this guide and be able to put healthful and balanced meals together without any help.
Once you learn how to structure a balanced meal, it’s going to be easy to throw a quick lunch together, order out or make a balanced dinner. I’m giving you the tools for success.
Plus, it’s free! Are there really any downsides?
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I hope this guide answers all your questions about how to assemble a balanced meal or snack. But, if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com.