Consuming a healthy, balanced diet plan is one of the most essential things you can do to secure your health. Up to 80% of early heart illness and stroke can be prevented through your life options and habits, such as consuming a healthy diet plan and being physically active.

A healthy diet plan can help lower your threat of heart problem and stroke by:

improving your cholesterol levels

lowering your blood pressure

helping you handle your body weight

managing your blood glucose and sugar levels.

What does a healthy, balanced diet plan appear like?

Our Food Guide advises eating a variety of healthy foods every day. This consists of consuming plant-based foods more frequently and choosing ultra-processed or highly-processed foods less frequently.

A healthy diet includes:

1. Eating great deals of veggies and fruit

This is one of the most important diet plan habits. Veggies and fruit are packed with nutrients (anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals and fibre) and help you preserve a healthy weight by keeping you full for a much longer duration. Fill half your plate with vegetables and fruit at every meal and treat.

2. Choosing entire grain foods

Entire grain foods consist of whole grain bread and crackers, wild or brown rice, quinoa, oatmeal and hulled barley. They are prepared using the whole grain. Whole grain foods have lots of fiber and protein vitamins to help you remain healthy and complete longer.Pick entire grain options instead of processed or refined grains like white bread and pasta. Fill a quarter of your plate with entire grain foods

3. Consuming protein foods

Protein foods include legumes, nuts, seeds, tofu, fortified soy drink, fish, shellfish, eggs, poultry, lean red meats including wild video game, lower fat milk, lower fat yogurts, lower fat kefir and cheeses lower in fat and sodium.

Protein helps develop and maintain bones, muscles and skin.

Consume protein every day.

Attempt to eat at least 2 portions of fish each week, and choose plant-based foods more often.

Dairy products are a great source of protein. Pick lower fat, unflavoured options.

Fill a quarter of your plate with protein foods.

4. Limiting highly and ultra-processed foods.

Highly processed foods- typically called ultra-processed-- are foods that are altered from their original food source and have many added components. Examples of processed food include: fast foods, hot canines, chips, cookies, frozen pizzas, deli meats, white rice and white bread. Some minimally processed foods are okay. These are foods that are slightly altered in some way but contain couple of industrially made additives. Minimally processed foods keep almost all of their essential nutrients. 

Some examples are: bagged salad, frozen vegetables and fruit, eggs, milk, cheese, flour, wild rice, oil and dried herbs. When we are recommending you not to consume processed foods, we are not referring to these minimally processed foods. 

5. Making water your beverage of choice

Water supports health and promotes hydration without adding calories to the diet.

Sugary beverages including energy drinks, fruit beverages, 100% fruit juice, sodas and flavored coffees have lots of sugar and little to no dietary value. It is easy to consume empty calories without recognizing, and this causes weight gain. Avoid fruit juice, even when it is 100% fruit juice. 

Although fruit juice has some of the benefits of the fruit (vitamins, minerals), it has more sugar than the fruit and less fiber. Fruit juice must not be consumed as alternative to fruits. Canadians should eat their fruits, not consume them. When safe drinking water is not available, satiate your thirst with coffee, tea, unsweetened lower-fat milk, and previously boiled water.


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