1. Choose good carbohydrates and not carbohydrates.
Your safest bet is Whole Grains.
2. Beware of the protein box.
The best ones are fish, poultry, nuts, and beans.
3. Select healthy-fat foods, restrict high-saturated-fat foods and avoid trans-fat foods.
Are the healthiest sources of plant oils, nuts, and fish.
4. Choose a diet full of protein, high in whole grains, vegetables, and fruit.
5. Eat more fruits and vegetables.
Go for variety and color — dark green, yellow, orange, and red.
6. Calcium matters.
But milk isn’t the only source or even the strongest.
7. Water is great for keeping your thirst quenched.
Skip the drinks of the sugar and switch for the milk and juice quickly.
8. Eating less salt is beneficial for the wellbeing of everyone.
Choose more new foods and fewer foods.
9. Drinking moderately can be healthy — but not for all.
You’ve got to balance the advantages and costs.
10. A routine multivitamin is a perfect insurance policy for nutrition.
Some extra vitamin D could give an extra boost to your well-being.