8 Great Ways to Eat Healthy Without Losing the Taste

While you may be very interested in changing your diet so
you can enjoy better health, you’re probably a bit concerned about having to
eat food that tastes terrible. However, eating healthy doesn’t automatically
mean eating without flavor!  There is
definitely a shift that has to take place, especially if you’re used to eating
the Standard American Diet (SAD), but your taste buds can truly awaken to new
flavors and textures if you’re willing to put in a little effort to make that
happen.

8 Great Ways to Eat
Healthy Without Losing the Taste
 

While you may be very interested in changing your diet so
you can enjoy better health, you’re probably a bit concerned about having to
eat food that tastes terrible. However, eating healthy doesn’t automatically
mean eating without flavor!  There is
definitely a shift that has to take place, especially if you’re used to eating
the Standard American Diet (SAD), but your taste buds can truly awaken to new
flavors and textures if you’re willing to put in a little effort to make that
happen. 

Thankfully, there are several ways you can consume healthier
alternatives without losing the taste, and it mostly depends on how much
creativity you put into your meals. 

Try the following
tips for healthy food preparation options that guarantee great taste:
 

1.      Abandon the frying pan. Deep fried food
can be really tasty, but
unfortunately far from healthy. However, you can easily replace the deep frying
process with baking or grilling. In fact, you’ll end up with juicier vegetables
and fish by baking or grilling properly.

2.      Use fresh herbs and spices. Instead of
using powdered seasons with additives, why not consider substituting those with
fresh herbs and spices? They’re definitely more natural, which is a
plus.
But they also have much more powerful flavors than any
store-bought powdered variety you may use.

3.      Replace unhealthy sides with tasty salads.
As much as you love to indulge in a serving of macaroni and cheese or potato
salad, you’re doing damage to your body each time you do. So why not replace
them with delicious raw and living foods and salads, to which you can add healthy
raw dressings, and still end up consuming fewer calories than the unhealthy
alternatives?  Plus, you’ll be getting
living food into your living body, a key ingredient to a radiant and healthy
life.

4.      Replace simple carbs with complex carbs.
Simple
carbs are simply bad for you!
White breads, cakes, and white rice have
very little nutritional value. Instead, try complex carbs like whole grains,
legumes, and sweet potatoes. By consulting your trusty recipe books, you can
turn those healthy carbs into explosions of flavor!

5.      Eat organic, clean meats. If you have
to eat meat, eat grass-fed, organic and clean!  If you’re a person who is never going to consider
going vegan, at least make sure you buy clean meat.  Instead of grilling burgers and hot dogs on
Super Bowl Sunday,  treat your body to a grass-fed,
organic piece of steak. Just make sure you include a live, luscious, green
salad with it so you’ll be feeding your body living enzymes which complement
the body’s self-healing capabilities. 

6.      Make your own sauces. Sauces and
dressings don’t have to be scratched off your healthy foods list entirely.
However, the store-bought ones do! Replace those with homemade dressings and
sauces that allow you to control which ingredients you put in. There are many
quick and easy raw food dressing and marinate recipes out there  – that’s why they invented Google! 

7.      Substitute store-bought fruit juices with
real fruit or freshly extracted juices.
There’s that sweetness about fruit
juices that makes them appealing to kids and adults alike. However, you should avoid the
excess sugars found in store-bought juices at all costs.
InsteadPsychology Articles, have
some whole fruit or freshly extracted fruit and veggie juice – these choices
are  just as enjoyable but much better
for your body. 

Following these tips will help you let go of the mindset that processed
and chemically-laden infused foods are the only ones that are pleasing to the
palate.
Healthy options definitely exist if you’re interested in
treating your body right. 

All your meals can be tasty and healthy at the same
time. There’s just no way you can beat having food with good flavor and great
health properties. That’s the perfect combination!

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