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We often see the words “portion control” pop up in the news, in magazines, and from our doctors. Portion control has become quite popular as restaurants continue to deliver over sized meals and fast food establishments continue to “super-size” servings. I mean for a long time our society has thought more is better, right? Well not the case at all. Your goal should always be to super-size the amount of nutrient dense foods you are consuming, not the portion size. Our bodies need more nutrients and less fluffed food. When choosing your next meal, think quality of food, not quantity. Bon Appetite!
Great article on food choices full of nutrients to keep the body healthy and disease free. http://www.wellandgoodnyc.com/2012/12/07/the-6-nutrient-dense-foods-that-should-rule-your-diet/. My diet tends to be full of greens, onions, mushrooms, and berries too!
If you enjoy learning about nutrient rich food choices for you & your family, check out my next online workshop on LEAN Start this January! We will discuss all things Lifestyle, Exercise, Attitude, and Nutrition. Go to www.taospasolutions.com for more info and to sign up.
Eating for two does not mean eating twice as much rather eating more nutrient dense foods to benefit both mom & baby. What a mom eats during her pregnancy effects the baby’s preferences when beginning solid foods themselves. I ate a lot of yogurt, cheese, avocado, and strawberries throughout my pregnancy and these foods now happen to be my daughter’s favorite foods. For more information, check out my website for details on personalized health coaching through Dr. Sears Wellness Institute at www.taospasolutions.com/expectations
Make it a healthy day!