Additional Tips 2 of 3 – (Eat Mostly Whole, Minimally Processed Foods)
Your food intake should come from high quality, minimally processed, whole food sources. Sure it is easier to grab a protein bar or make a protein shake than to prepare a whole food meal. However, it’s best to get as many whole food meals as possible. Eat bars and shakes only when you are crunched for time or around exercise if you are someone that does better with liquid nutrition rather than solid food.
Also, no pill, powder or supplement can even come close to matching the vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that are inherent to whole foods. Don’t rely on multivitamins or supplements to provide those for you. Instead, you should eat a complete diet full of lean meats, fruits and veggies, minimally processed carbs, and healthy fats.
Of course, if you don’t have whole food meals prepared, you probably won’t eat whole food meals, ant this leads us to the next tip…..
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