The term healthy diet is referred to as the standard amount of foods a standard person should eat every day.
The diet is generally based on a breakdown on certain foods the human body will benefit from and what foods they might struggle with.
But, the only criticism with the ‘healthy diet’ is that it does not take into consideration the fact that each human is different, and there will always be exceptions to what is good and what is bad for ‘you’.
Therefore, the following diet I will outline is not based on food alone, but more so the time in between meals, and the frequency of your eating.
Metabolism is what they use to define how efficiently your body is processing and burning food you put into your body.
Last week I mentioned ways to improve your metabolism, and this week meal timing fits in perfectly with it.
It has been known that the more frequently you eat your meals, the better your body will be at processing food. But, there are also other benefits that come with eating regularly.
For starters, you will benefit from having a constant flow of energy sources, and mood swings will be reduced as a result.
It is also helpful for your vital organs, which will benefit from being used regularly as long as the food you eat is not detrimental.
Your stomach will also stay at a reasonable size, and your digestive system will flow a lot smoother as you will have constant flowing, not a large meal to push through every now and then.
In summary, it is important for people to understand regardless of what diet, and how often you eat, the food you put into your body must be good for the individual involved.
Get to know your body, and the foods it likes, and dislikes.