Healthy body starts at the table. Nutritionists have drafted a report about the most common mistakes people eat. It is quite warning to us.
One: Do not eat breakfast to damage the body
One of the most common mistakes is not to have breakfast. Especially children sometimes don’t know the importance of breakfast.
3 out of 4 children do not eat breakfast or have improper breakfast (such as drinking only 1 bottle of soda). These affect their performance in school: IQ and physical decline.
Breakfast is a new day to supplement your nutrition and energy and help prevent obesity. If you cancel your breakfast, you will be over-saturated during the rest of your meal and choose a high-fat and high-sugar diet.
Healthy breakfast should include skimmed milk, yoghurt or cheese (children under 3 should eat non-fat dairy products) and food products, that is, oatmeal porridge, whole wheat bread, fruit or fruit juice.
Two: do not pay attention to the combination of foods of various colors
should make various colors match and change the pattern.
These diets should be balanced to provide a variety of nutrients such as antioxidant vitamins, folic acid (especially dark green vegetables containing this ingredient), minerals, fiber and phytochemicals.
Eat 5 servings of vegetables and fruits a day to minimize cooking time, which helps prevent cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol
3: Unclear beneficial fats and harmful fats
A serious mistake is the infrequent consumption of fish and seafood that bring a lot of benefits to people.
These foods provide Ω3 fatty acids that increase resistance, reduce inflammation, promote blood circulation and lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
There is no need to eat these foods in large quantities, and eating twice a week is enough. Fresh seafood can be steamed, stewed, roasted, or made into canned juice.
Another fat about fat is that people are used to applying animal oil or margarine when they apply oil to bread (you should eat skim cheese) or do not use vegetable oil when cooking. Excessive intake of saturated fats, such as cholesterol in animal oils and hydrogenated fats in margarine, increases the risk of illness.
In contrast, raw vegetable oils contain a high proportion of unsaturated fats (beneficial fats) and contain no cholesterol, which is one of the important sources of vitamin E. In particular, olive oil contains substances that prevent cardiovascular diseases.
On the other hand, vegetable oils turn into saturated fats at high temperatures, or break down and lose its advantages. This is one of the reasons to persuade people not to eat too much fried food.