Fitness & Nutrition Guru Michael Feigin Gives You Tips on How to Eat Healthier Foods!
It’s spring and if you haven’t noticed in the magazines, swimwear, shorts, and casual dresses are showing up. Vacations on are the horizon– or at least are being talked about. But you can’t get “there” into that swimsuit that you have your eye on if you aren’t getting some exercise and eating healthy. So look for lots more posts about fitness, workouts, ways to fit exercise into your day without killing yourself and how to eat better. Not that we are trying to deprive you of anything– but there is a way to eat better, feel better and look better because you changed some of the things you eat.
Fitness & Nutritition guru Michael Feigin talks about how you (and your family if you have one) can be healthier and accomplish all those things listed above by doing a little addition of certain foods and subtracting others. Reducing your salt intake by eating less processed foods is a great idea. Also read labels on canned or frozen foods. Did you know that when you buy peanut butter, on most brands, the second ingredient is SUGAR in peanut butter? Do you want your peanut butter to have lots of added sugar? I don’t and it sort of defeats the purpose of a healthy food that is packed with protein to add sugar to it (and check out those tomato and spaghetti sauces you eat. A lot of them have sugar in them too!)
With the late release of the The USDA’s official 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans , almost everyone who is struggling to make changes in how they eat has new ammunition.
The Guidelines make it crystal clear how people can improve their health and fitness levels – and drastically reduce their risk of debilitating diseases linked to obesity – including heart disease and diabetes.
The Guidelines call on half the population to drastically cut daily salt intake, and for almost everyone else to double the amount of fish they eat, consume more low fat dairy products and to have fruits and vegetables occupy about half the food on their plates.
“The guidelines speak to the fact that the majority of adults and one of three children are overweight or obese,” notes Michael Feigin. “The good news is that every day there are new products brought to market that can help us meet the guidelines and lead healthier lives.”
If you looked at the video, you can find these foods that Feigin talks about easily in your local grocery store. Fruits, veggies, and more grains in your diet (heck , Cheerios works and so does brown rice) as well as trying out new things like Silk and
Stevie Wilson, LA-Story.com
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