Dietary Nutritional Tips

Today I would like to share a few dietary nutritional tips with you that I have learned over the years. No, it’s nothing serious just basics on how to properly watch out for the nutrients that your body needs. There are many lies that need to be sorted before people get into a proper diet.

 Here We Go

People often oversimplify the proper ways to diet and overlook the fact that both men and women lost weight differently. On average it’s men who need about 2,500 calories a day while us gals have to take in around 2,000.

It’s amusing how you read those nutrition facts on food boxes and the recommended daily calorie only specifies what women need.

That’s how the business world operates. Everyone talks nonsense or puts everything into the same box. Here are the facts:

  • Eat more eggs, both the whites and the yoke.
  • Eat broccoli with chicken w/o ketchup
  • Beets + Carrots + Some Potatoes = Starchy is Healthy
  • Choose Bananas over other fruits because of potassium
  • Eat Avocado and a decent amount. It’s a good alternative to butter.


This food is really what you need to stay in shape. The truth is there are many variables and not all diets will work the same way for everyone based on a number of factors. I have experimented with different diets, but these are the ones that have helped me the most without resorting to eating nasty celery soup.

I generally can’t stand food that tastes too bitter or too sour, so I prefer everything to be rather bland. If you have lived in a poor country like me then you can’t always have what your body needs and in those situations you would need to grow your own vegetables and will need your own coop.

Some Things Are Not Available At All

That to me was never the ideal way to live. What I would do instead was buy things that are close to the vitamins and minerals that my body needs. I used to drink fish oil capsules because we didn’t get enough lactose in our system.

These are all merely generalizations. I don’t see why you couldn’t just take a substitute, especially if you are a vegetarian. The first thought is tofu where lactose is concerned, but I have heard people saying to stay away from it for a number of reasons.

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But yeah, the 5 basics rules or tips are the ones that I mentioned. Sometimes I also buy some trail mix nuts and eat those when I’m feeling slightly hungry and there is no proper food around.

It’s not always easy knowing exactly what your body needs, so I improvise sometimes and just go with what “feels right”. Just don’t expect to see the same results. I have gone through much difficulty getting to where I am today.

I’m dreaming of a day when we won’t need to eat so many different things just to stabilize our health. Some call it part of life, but at times it feels more like a nuisance.

If you have a different opinion about what is healthy and what is not, please write it in the comments section below.



1 Comment

  1. Jaylyn says: Reply

    That’s an astute answer to a tricky quiteson

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