Can you recommend any good website about healthy nutrition plans?
i'm looking for some clear and a well-arranged website where you can read about healthy food, what it contains and why to eat particular meals. some ideas for "weekly menu" with recipes etc.
- ExploringLifeLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
I have some more basic information for you. Like, what are the healthiest foods. With this information, then find a site that gives you the nutritional information for each food.
Health basics: drink the right amount of water--use an online calculator, usually take a multi-vitamin, combine your food properly, eat 80% alkaline foods, exercise properly, avoid poisons (research fructose & aspartame, pesticides, gmos), look at getting the B12, electrolytes and organic sulfur you need, research the best and worst foods. Increase health and cut costs by eliminating junk, all store drinks, grains cooked with legumes are high in all essential amino acids, and soups for breakfast, and invest in organic veggies as much as possible. Electrolytes is one of the main keys, having the right balanced amounts.
When you want more plant-based foods, here are some recipes.
Rip Esselstyn @ TED, former firefighter and 12yr professional tri-athlete, food that satisfies Texas-beef guys, dropping weight and their cholesterol by 60pts.
Books: Fit for Life, Engine 2 Diet, The Natural Way to Heal, Wheat Belly
If you want the next level of understanding how your body works and how best to feed it, research electrolytes.
Results of Best foods: Amazing 70yr old woman vs typical USDA food results, using her backyard
Hope this helps.
- Christin KLv 77 years ago
Sure--there is a great website where you can plan daily dinners for your family that are nutrionally balanced, are very easy and quick to make and will even give you shopping lists so you can plan your meals ahead of time. This is Woman's Day magazines "MONTH OF MENUS." Every month they have tasty, easy meals and the recipes, and you can print out a weekly shopping list. This is a fantastic resource to use--completely free--and I've used it for years. Here's the link: www.womansday.com/food-recipes/month-of-menus/
- 7 years ago
Why? You don't know how to eat? That sounds sarcastic, I know. Not meant that way.
Whatever your culture dictates that you eat is a diet that works. Eat that.
As for recipes, allrecipes.com, epicurious.com etc will send a daily recipe to your inbox.
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- 7 years ago