Unlock your body’s full potential with these 10 essential steps to healthy eating!

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As a health coach and acupuncturist, I understand the importance of finding balance for longevity. It’s not just about what’s on your plate but also about your lifestyle choices.

Daily life can be demanding, juggling work, socialising, and self-care. We often swing between hectic weeks where convenience foods rule and periods of intense exercise, usually before vacations or post-holiday indulgence.

Achieving perfect balance may seem like an elusive goal because perfection exists only in an ideal world.

Here are 10 key considerations for optimising your diet:

  1. Diet Is More Than Calorie Counting: Every eater is on a diet, and it’s about what you eat, not just how much.
  2. Focus on Energy: Prioritise Adenosine Triphosphate to enhance productivity and become your best self.
  3. Supplements Aren’t Substitutes: Take supplements only when necessary for known deficiencies to avoid potential harm.
  4. Choose Conscious Carbs: Opt for quality carbohydrates to fuel your body efficiently.
  5. Embrace Fiber: Increase fibre intake to promote healthy digestion and reduce inflammation.
  6. Mind Alcohol Intake: Be aware of alcohol’s impact on health, as it breaks down into harmful compounds.
  7. Limit Processed Foods: Minimise consumption of nutrient-poor, inflammatory processed foods.
  8. Beware of Plastic Packaging: Avoid storing food in plastic bags in the freezer to prevent potential chemical leaching.
  9. Optimise Fruit Consumption: Enjoy fruits separately from other foods to maximise their benefits, such as cancer-fighting antioxidants.
  10. Potassium Awareness: Understand the potassium content of foods to meet daily requirements without overindulging and creating dampness within.

With these principles in mind, you can unlock your body’s true potential for health and vitality.

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