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The Healthy Eating Pyramid
The "Healthy Eating Pyramid" is a guide to eating a healthy diet. What is a healthy diet for you depends not only on your age and sex, but also on your body condition. This article gives an insight into the Healthy Eating Pyramid. Read on...

Many people have a wrong notion about the concept of healthy eating. Youngsters think remaining thin by depriving themselves of all foods they love to eat is healthy eating. However, they are wrong. Healthy diet has nothing to do with remaining thin by depriving oneself of food. A healthy and nutritious diet should impart a sense of well-being and make you feel energetic.

The Healthy Eating Pyramid - Tips

Harvard School of Public Health developed a nutrition guide for healthy eating called "The Healthy Eating Pyramid". The principles underlying the Healthy Eating Pyramid stress mainly two things. They are regular exercise and weight control. The Healthy Eating Pyramid lays the foundation of healthy eating in eating more of vegetables and whole grains and less of red meat and refined grains. Here are a few tips to follow "Healthy Eating Pyramid".

Regular Exercise - Regular exercise is the basic principle for any healthy diet pyramid. The reason is it helps to keep your weight in check.

Focus on Food You Eat - The Healthy Eating Pyramid guides you to what kind of food you should eat, how you should eat and when you should eat. It advises you as to the number of servings you can eat. So eat your fill of healthy food and do not worry about the calories.

Give Importance to Vegetables - This guide stresses on a vegetarian diet that includes plenty of fruits and green vegetables daily. You can also use whole grains and healthy fats such as canola and olive oil.

Avoid Red Meat - The healthy nutritional guide advises on avoiding red meat such as beef and mutton. It would be a good idea to forgo refined grains, carbonated/sugary drinks, potatoes and salty snacks. Instead of red meat...