People are what they eat, and that also applies to patients. And everyone eats different. Because we know that health, performance and well-being have a lot to do with our diet, this topic is very special.
All nutrients are important, which is why, based on Dr. med. Ambrosius, put together five building blocks that are good and important for the body and the soul.
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Balanced nutrition and its building blocks
A balanced diet contains individual nutritional components.
As many building blocks as possible should be integrated into personal nutrition every day.
Building block no. 1: “Heart-strengthening” foods: The fat etiquette principle (oils, nuts, butter)
Fats aren’t always bad. Fats ensure proper blood lipids and strengthen the heart.
A balanced combination of good oils, the right spreads, fish, meat and nuts creates the right balance between taste and health.
No fat is out! Combining fats correctly, on the other hand, is trendy!
Module no. 2: “Zellerfrischer” food (water, tea)
“Stay hydrated, it’s important”, true to the motto: At least 8 glasses of water a day — that’s a matter of honor!
Drink a large glass of water or unsweetened herbal tea before and after each meal. That way you achieve the goal of 1.5 to 2 liters per day.
Why is this so important for your well-being? Water serves as a “means of transport” for degradation products from the body and refreshes every cell with important vital substances. Life without hydration is not possible.
Module no. 3: “Filling” foods: (eggs, tofu, meat, fish, milk and dairy products, cheese, soy)
Protein-rich foods tell your brain that you are full. This pleasantly good feeling lasts for a certain time.
The so-called satiety-makers are used to build up firm muscles and burn twice the calories: once during protein digestion and also when supplying new muscles.
Module no. 4: “Beauty from the inside” — Food: (vegetables and fruit)
At least 3 servings of vegetables and 2 servings of fruit should be consumed daily for well-being. One serving is roughly equivalent to “a handful”.
Sweet or savory, these five servings of vegetables and fruits provide your body with important vitamins, minerals and secondary plant substances that have a positive influence on a large number of metabolic processes.
Vegetables and fruits therefore strengthen your immune system, make you full and that’s why they make you look beautiful from the inside!
Module no. 5: “Feel-Good” food: (whole grain bread, potatoes, rice, noodles)
Lift your spirits: “Feel-Good” foods really fill you up. They also provide the necessary energy. They create new power for the whole body. Good to know: Our brain can mainly process “feel good” foods.
Now you have an overview and helpful donkey bridges over the most important nutritional components that are really good for you and important. Eat a balanced diet. In principle, only eat what you like — almost anything is possible with these components.